The apostle John wrote five books in the New Testament. His Gospel often overshadows his three Letters and Revelation. Like the Gospel, however, John’s Letters and Revelation have great significance. John wrote his letters to combat false teaching that was bombarding his congregations. With pastoral oversight of the “seven churches of Asia,” he wrote to protect them as they faced a crisis of confidence in Christ’s salvation. He wrote Revelation a short time later to encourage believers who were experiencing intense persecution. John reminded them that the glory of God ultimately would be revealed through the victorious reign of Christ over everybody and everything for all time!
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