I John 2:22-29 The Antichrist – Part Two

by | Jun 20, 2024 | Epistles of John, Bible Studies | 0 comments

Speaker: Daniel Deininger
Date: June 19, 2024


1 John 2:22-29 addresses the theme of the Antichrist and the call to abide in Christ. Here’s a summary of these verses:

1 John 2:22-23

John identifies the Antichrist as anyone who denies that Jesus is the Christ. He emphasizes that such a person not only denies the Son but also the Father, thus rejecting the true nature of Jesus and God. Acknowledging the Son is essential to having a relationship with the Father.

1 John 2:24-25

John encourages believers to hold on to the teachings they received from the beginning. By remaining faithful to these teachings, they ensure their fellowship with both the Son and the Father. This adherence to the truth is linked to the promise of eternal life.

1 John 2:26-27

John warns against those who try to deceive believers. He reassures them that the anointing they received from God remains in them and teaches them all things. This divine anointing is reliable and truthful, so they should remain in it and not be misled.

1 John 2:28-29

John urges believers to remain in Christ so that when He appears, they may be confident and unashamed. He reminds them that living righteously is evidence of being born of God, reinforcing the importance of practicing righteousness as a testament to their faith.

In essence, these verses warn against false teachings and emphasize the necessity of abiding in Christ and His teachings to maintain a true relationship with God and to prepare for Christ’s return.

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