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how many times is love mentioned in 1 john

Of course, last week we looked at John 8:44 that the devil was a thief and a murderer from the beginning, and here Cain is following in the footsteps of his spiritual father, committing murder. He gives us several reasons how we can know whether or not we are truly a child of God. Even so faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being alone'. A deacon in a church on one occasion had a grudge against another deacon - I don't know whether that ever happens or not these days - but he had even forgotten what the grudge was over. There are some names that are always popular, John being one of them. Patience is love enduring in every trial and test. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. 4. But the Bible is all about Love the very and true meaning in the Bible is about Love. Many times people use words in ways that are not technically correct, and strict definitions of words are not always honored The distinctions between the different kinds of love do not completely hold up within the New Testament itself. Rather you should have in your life the attributes of Christ: when He was reviled, He reviled not again. John 13:34-35 “A new command I give you: Love one another. John 15:13 - Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. He says: 'Well, if you go up that road and turn right, and then turn left again, come to a roundabout, go straight ahead...that's not where it is'. Here Paul outlines for us what this agape love really is, and he defines it, and that's the word for love that he uses here. The command "love one another" appears eleven times in the Bible, all in the New Testament. James is saying, just as John, if you close your hand to him, and if you close your home to him, and if you close your heart to him, how does the love of God dwell in you? John is likening it to murder, to butchery, to slaughter. Jesus said it twice. For Christ is love in person, and love, Christ in the soul'. Do you know what's nearer the truth? John 13:23 One of them, the disciple whom Jesus loved, was reclining next to him. It is voluntarily - He lays His life down, John says, voluntarily. Now, we all know well John 3:16, 'For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son', and we've memorised that one - but one I'm sure you have never memorised, let alone exemplified, is 1 John 3:16: 'We ought to lay down our lives for the brethren'. Preach The Word. He does not envy, He does not boast, He is never proud. Now here are three things that are necessary: one, you need to have the means to meet a need, so don't get guilty if you don't have the means, you're the one that is in need. Of all the “loves” mentioned in the New Testament, love for the brethren is one of the most prominent (see, for example, John 13:34-35; 15:12, 13, 17; Romans 13:8; 1 Peter 1:22; 2:17; 4:8; 1 John 2-4). The presence of it should make us know that we have eternal life, but the absence of it proves that we do not have eternal life. John, son of Zebedee was one of the Twelve Apostles, along with his brother James . There you have the theory and practice! But if you love your brother, even imperfectly at times, it's a sign that you have the life of God in you - but let us all ask ourselves tonight: how much of that Christlike love is seen in me? This is what he said, I quote: 'They love one another. Jesus knew that the hour had come for him to leave this world and go to the Father. Even in this epistle again another place, as we'll see in subsequent weeks, chapter 4 and verse 10, John says: 'Herein is love, not that we loved God, but that he loved us, and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins'. Where in the bible does it mention that Jesus was a 'man of color'. 8. Our verses for consideration are verses 10 through to 18, so let us begin at verse 10 under this title 'Brotherly Love': "In this the children of God are manifest, and the children of the devil: whosoever doeth not righteousness is not of God, neither he that loveth not his brother. Where in the Bible is Jesus first mentioned by name? The big key to understanding agape is to realize that it can be known from the action it prompts. It doesn't matter whether you apply that fact to the home, or you apply it to the church; if you're in a home or a church where there is no love, it's a sure sign that there's a lack of life - you're dead! That was all the reason Cain needed to hate him and to murder him - a sure sign he wasn't a child of God. 1 John Cross Reference Questions. Our Favorite Verses from 1 John. So we're going to find week after week that we're covering the same ground, but yet we'll have added to us each evening an extra truth or an embellishment of the original truth. I would suggest you play with some different words for love and biblegateway.com to get some sense of the magnitude. You hear people talking today about 'Falling in and out of love' - I don't believe you do either of those two things. Twice in John 13:34 and once in John 13:35. How much does this agape love impact on our personal lives, in our own backyard, when our own back door is closed? Jesus said it three times. The Structure of 1 John: John does not structure his letter in a logical, closely reasoned style, as Paul often does. Jesus is not rude, He is not self-seeking, He is not easily angered', so on and so forth. Indeed, this characteristic is a characteristic of the devil himself. - is it not? Sadly, love has come to be described in awful terms, some of the most hateful and perverse practices that are known to man today are now being described as 'love'. If He is in us, He will manifest the love of God. I want to ask you tonight: you call yourself a Christian, do you have a grudge against another brother? Whether it's singers envying other singers, churches envying other churches, preachers envying other preachers, elders envying other elders, deacons of deacons, businessmen in the fellowship envying the success of others who are businessmen, professionals, parents envious of children's success, students envious of others academic success - we could go on and on and on, and we begin to appreciate the seriousness of how this thing can multiply to extremes. In which chapter is love mentioned the most times? 1 John is filled with encouraging verses that remind us of the truth of the gospel, the importance of faith, the promises we have in our salvation, and the importance of love. The Greek god 'Eros' takes a personification of this concept, and 'Aphrodite' and many other pagan gods were personifications of this fleshly, lustful love. He that feareth is not made perfect in love. Not a popular verse today! Jesus the very Son of the Living God coming to earth living as one of us and giving the ultimate sacrifice is about Gods Love for us. Love, for many, has become lustfulness. At the end of verse 12 we read: 'Because his own works were evil, and his brother's righteous'. 2 John 1:7-9 KJV (7) For many deceivers are entered into the world, who confess not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. Now that is not the Bible's definition of love. 5:13-15 My source is the Blue letter Bible. However, these materials may be freely copied and distributed unaltered for the purpose of study and teaching, so long as they are made available to others free of charge, and this copyright is included. A loveless man, John is saying, is a lightless man - he can't see his way. O our Father, help us to understand that we are required and obligated to follow peace with all men, for without holiness no man shall see the Lord. Galatians 2:20, Paul says: 'I am crucified with Christ: neverthless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me'. Now that is cold language, I believe, which means they aren't getting out of that relationship what they feel is their right. Now don't shoot me at the door, I'm only the messenger, this is God's word, take it or leave it! Love one another! - because lust is the seed of adultery, and hate and anger are the seed of murder. If we take all those modern definitions of love, we can see that there's a trend running right throughout them all, and it is simply this: that love in some shape or form is understood as being something that gives you self-gratification. … Are we all mouth, all talkie-talkie and very little walkie-walkie? is the Greek word, 'on our behalf, in place of, as a substitute'. 'All His compassion and purity; This does not include hosting or broadcasting the materials on another website, however linking to the resources on preachtheword.com is permitted. Indeed Paul said in Galatians 5:23 that the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance - but love is the fruit of the Spirit, the Spirit of God. I believe this is seen often in how, sometimes, we casually use the word - even as Christians. That fact is not as difficult to discern as this love in the life of some people who call themselves Christians. 1 John 4:19 - We love him, because he first loved us. Others, Lord, yes others, Originally posted Jan 31 2010 5:27 PM. Twice in John 13:34 and once in John 13:35. If you are truly a child of God, the world will hate you. (Chapter) 4. This love marks us apart as disciples of our Lord (John 13:35; 15:12-13). e. Expressions such as eternal life, a new commandment, abide in Christ, walketh in darkness, that your joy may be full. You need to take that problem to God, because that thing, if it's habitual, if it's a lifestyle with that person, could be telling you that you're out of fellowship with God. Those who believe walk in the light and obey the commands of God, not the ways of the world (1 John 2:15-17). 121 terms. He referred to himself as "the elder" and is certainly the last apostle living at the time. 'Preach The Word' is a not-for-profit Christian ministry which exists to provide sound Bible teaching to all. How many times is the word love used in 1 John 5? Not as Cain, who was of that wicked one, and slew his brother. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. I think there are few things today that have hurt the cause of Christ more than this very thing: jealousy, enviousness among God's people. Incidentally, you will not find the Greek word 'eros' in the New Testament, because sexual love had been degenerated, through this concept of what sexual love ought to be in Greek society and culture, the Holy Spirit never included this word within the Scriptures. It isn't about "head" knowledge. The last time we visited this theme was in chapter 2 verses 7 to 17, we're not going to look at those tonight, but it would be good for you to recap at your own leisure and cover that again, what we have already studied in those verses. Give us that love that is nothing but the love of Jesus, that when He is hated He says 'Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do'. And 'smiting' certainly appears more than once, but certainly not more than 700 =). If you ask anybody why they work today, they'll say: 'It's to feed my family, my wife and my kids', but they don't even conceive that it is also to feed and supply the family of God - and it is! So he comes from this great illustration in Christ to the application, and that application is an obligation to everyone who names the name of Christ. I wonder do we really appreciate the seriousness of how bad envy and jealousy can be among God's people, because John is likening it to murder, the murder of Abel by Cain right at the beginning - that first act of murder. What John is saying here is that that's not man's chief problem - ignorance - man's chief problem is rebellion and sinfulness in their heart towards God, This is serious stuff. God rejected Cain's offering and accepted Abel's - and out of envy and jealousy, because God never accepted Cain's way, he slew his brother. They never fail to help widows, they save orphans from those who would hurt them. He said: 'Well, you go off and tell him that I've forgiven him, but remember: if I get better the deal's off'. If we're to demonstrate brotherly love that proves the presence of eternal life we need to lay down our lives, but we need to meet the known needs of our brothers. David Jackman in his commentary, and with this I finish, speaks of one of the loveliest Christians he ever met, Dr Kenneth Moynihan was his name, and for years he was a missionary doctor in Rwanda. Meekness, love not fighting, but bowed at Calvary. Our life has to live up to what we believe and what Christ taught. You might not have used a dagger on anybody, but John is talking about looking daggers at your neighbours, at your friends, at your brothers and sisters in Christ. Someone has said: 'To love the world to me is no chore, my big trouble is the man next door'. In the Book of Revelation, what do they tell us happened to him because of his loyalty to Jesus? But a sure sign that you haven't is that you're going the whole way of the world, and they think you're it's best buddy. Now that doesn't mean that murderers can't be saved, but you can't be forgiven of any sin of murder whether in your heart or on your hands, and then continue to hate your brother. My prayers shall be of others. To God, in His holy eyes, hate is the moral equivalent of the murderous act, hate is the embryo of murder. Jesus says in Luke 6:32, “If you love those who love you, what credit is that to you? You can almost see it as well in the way that people talk about relationships. We don't talk about the big red thing that beats in our chest, we talk about the seat of our emotions. Here Paul outlines for us what this agape love really is, and he defines it, and that's the word for love that he uses here. Agape is the very nature of God, for God is love (1 John 4:7-12, 16). Out of love! So let's look at the first aspect that John deals with in verses 10 to 15, and it's simply this: a lack of brotherly love proves an absence of eternal life. This, John says, is the supreme definition and illustration of love, and that's the love that we ought to show to one another. In days when many are disillusioned and seeking for more, through the ministry of David Legge we seek to provide Bible-based teaching and preaching which will lead you into a deeper relationship with God. [829] John 1:3, with a probable allusion to Gen. 1:3, "God said," as en arche refers to bereshith, Gen. 1:1. Now I know we don't throw money at everybody coming, sometimes that would harm people and do them less good than it ought - but here's a brother coming into James' church, and he doesn't have any clothes and he doesn't have any shelter, he doesn't have any food and he doesn't have a job. If you do it's a good sign that you're saved, if you don't it's a sure sign that you're not. If you don't, or if you hate your brother, it's a sure sign that you lack eternal life. Now, probably none of us will ever be called to die for someone else, that's very rare these days - at least in Europe. So this is the test that we're looking at tonight, the test of brotherly love. Godly love is the greatest gift God can impart to mankind and the greatest we can return to Him and share with others. Here's how the poem went, listen very carefully: 'Joy is love exalting, and peace is love at rest, Because his own works were evil, and his brother's righteous'. Matthew Henry noted well in his commentary on this verse: 'The great serpent himself reigns as the god of this world. John is saying the same: that if there is a similar lack of love, it's a sure sign that you do not have eternal life. January 2006 What we could do, if you keep your Bible open at this passage, 1 Corinthians 13, you could substitute - and I've done this with you before - the word 'love' for 'Christ' or 'Jesus'. Even as a Christian...and it's a sure sign that you don't possess eternal life. Lord, it's the hardest thing I think, perhaps, in all the Christian life to forgive - but Lord, unless we forgive, You've told us we cannot know fellowship. 1. Well we're turning, of course, again to 1 John, the first epistle of John, and this is study number 10 tonight, and the title is 'Brotherly Love'. A second application of how we can know we are truly a child of God is found in verse 14, the first part of it: 'We know that we have passed from death unto life, because we love the brethren' - you love your brothers and your sisters in Christ. Ultimately what it was was rebellion towards God, God wanted an offering and Abel came God's way with a little slain lamb, and Cain came his own way with an offering from the fruit of the ground because he was a farmer. It's probably the most popular doctrinal belief of the whole lot. If you don't love your brother, you're still dead, you're a murderer like Cain, and he says at the end of verse 15 you do not possess eternal life. They said 'Aye, he did'. But if we take all those definitions, modern definitions of love, we can see that there's a trend running right throughout them all, and it is simply this: that love in some shape or form is understood as being something that gives you self-gratification. Now in Genesis 3 we have the story of how fellowship between God and man broke down, and then when we come to Genesis 4 we find that the offshoot of the fellowship between God and man breaking down is that man's fellowship with his fellow man breaks down, and Cain slays Abel. What John is bringing to us as believers is that we ought not to behave like Cain, who was envious and jealous - because that is a sure sign that the love of God is not residing in our hearts, and ultimately that there is a lack of eternal life. He wasn't a child of God, he was a child of the devil! 'David Legge is patient' - I'd have to stop right away! Because his own works were evil, and his brother's righteous. 'Murder!'. The first thing he gives us is the fact that he is of that wicked one, his parentage. Does the world hate you? Both of these verbs are translated “I love.” The latter appears in John thirteen times (5:20; 11:3, 36; 12:25; 15:19; 16:27; 20:2; 21:15-17). It may not be the act of murder. Not only are you still dead if you hate your brother, but you're a murderer like Cain, John says. If you go to Romans 16, you find that Priscilla and Aquila put their neck on the line for the apostle Paul, and he counted it as a great act of love and commends them for it. 'He was of that wicked one', at the beginning of verse 12 we see, so there are two things that he is citing to us as an explanation for this lack of brotherly love in Cain's experience. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. O Thou Saviour divine, Now right away we see that love is more than an airy fairy feeling, it is more an act of our will rather than a feeling. 2:9-10) w children of God and children of the devil (1 Jn. Friends, that's the way we behave, isn't it, sometimes, towards our brethren? He uses it ninety-nine times out of the two hundred and forty-eight times that it appears in the New Testament (also ten times in 1 John). * There is no single correct way to translate the ancient Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek Bible manuscripts into English. Can I ask you tonight: do you know many people who would put their lives on the line for you? Let this my motto be: What other books of the Bible did he pen? Now what is it that gives the love of God at the cross its character? The Book of John is not like the Book of Matthew, Mark, or Luke which cover the same period of time. John 13:1 It was just before the Passover Festival. But just as we were looking at last week, John is talking about those who commit sin and the word is 'a continuous habitual lifestyle of sin', and if you have a continual habitual grudge against some brother or sister in Christ, John says you need to beware. The command "love one another" appears eleven times in the Bible, all in the New Testament. He didn't lay aside His attributes, but He thought it not something to be grasped at, and relinquished them voluntarily as He came to earth to live as a man - why? The first is “not.” “Herein is love, not”--“not that we loved God.” Very naturally many conclude that this means “not that we loved God first.” That is not exactly the truth taught here, but still it is a weighty truth, and is mentioned in 1 John 4:19 in express words--“We love Him because He … 2 John 1:1 The elder, To the chosen lady and her children, whom I love in the truth--and not I alone, but also all who know the truth--3 John 1:2 Beloved, I pray that in every way you may prosper and enjoy good health, as your soul also prospers. Thirdly, you have to have a willingness, once you see the needs and have the means to meet them, to do the deed and help that person. I know they're portrayed as being doctrinal disputes, but most of the time they're just personality struggles fuelled by jealousy, fuelled by envy - and they're singing praise, one on one side of the church and one on the other, and they're sworn enemies as they praise to God with their tongues! Love never fails'. Have you ever passed on rumour? When He sees lust, He cries 'Adultery!' Serious stuff. That's your problem, isn't it? John 3:16 - For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. A lot of people don't really know what love is to define or to experience in their own lives and environment. Let me read it in a slightly different translation just to bring it home, what is meant here, verse 4, and you can correspond in your own translation where you are: 'Love is patient, love is kind. If they have something they give freely to the man who has nothing. Once in John 15:12 and once in John 15:17. Hereby perceive we the love of God, because he laid down his life for us: and we ought to lay down our lives for the brethren. My friend, there could be a hundred Christians that you know, and you love 99 of them, and there's just one that you hate - and John says if you hate that one you're in deep spiritual trouble! Not only did He lay down His human life here on earth, but we go back into the eternity of past and we see in Philippians 2 that here He comes from the right hand of God, and He lays aside the grasping at divine power. But if you don't love your brethren, you're still dead! The Greek word that refers to the love of God, one of the kinds of love we are to have for people, is agape. This love marks us apart as disciples of our Lord (John 13:35; 15:12-13). All other verb forms translated “love” (37) render the former. Find out more about us, ourministry and how to use our site, David Legge ministers in theUnited Kingdom and Ireland, Send us an email or leave a comment via our Guestbook, I think love, as a concept and indeed as a word, is one that, perhaps, has been more abused and misused than any other in our language - especially over the last decade. The negative repetition oude en, prorsus nihil, not even one thing (stronger than ouden nihil), excludes every form of dualism (against the Gnostics), and makes the panta absolutely unlimited. The mighty fact of the portion that we are studying tonight is that this is the very love that we are called upon as Christians to show to our brothers and sisters in the church. They said: 'Dear brother, you're not going to go into eternity with this grudge in your heart, are you? Remember that the Lord Jesus, when He appeared to Saul on the road to Damascus in Acts chapter 9, what does the Lord Jesus say to Paul, the one who persecuted and chased with murderous breath the children of God? Tonight we're looking again at this great subject of love, and of course this is an epistle to do with assurance and how we can know that we have fellowship with God and His Son Jesus Christ. John wrote the Epistle in the later part of his life at Ephesus, where he spend most of his old age. Remember Cain was the first baby ever born, and he becomes a murderer. In the King James Version, love is mentioned 310 times, 131 times in the Old Testament and 179 times in the New Testament. Not only do its style, vocabulary, and themes strongly mirror the Gospel of John, but we also know 1 John is written by an eyewitness of Christ’s ministry (1 John 1:1-3). Chapter 10 and verses 11 and 15 talk about the shepherd laying down his life for the sheep. But I believe what John is referring to here, when he talks of 'at the beginning', is the beginning of the New Testament era when the Lord Jesus was incarnated, and we see that that has been his meaning right throughout up to now. Now turn with me for a moment to 1 Corinthians chapter 13, to the great passage on love and its definition. I don't mean everybody in the world, but is there a general principle, because of the life that you live and the stand that you take as one of Christ's children, it hates you - that's a sign that you've got God's life in you! So what John is saying to us again is that here is a test of whether you're a child of God: do you have this love toward your brothers and sisters? Oh, we skite over that one very quickly! From Adam and Eve to the Revelation is love. [829] John 1:3, with a probable allusion to Gen. 1:3, "God said," as en arche refers to bereshith, Gen. 1:1. All material by David Legge is copyrighted. 4. It doesn't mean that God is against sexual union, it just means the concept was totally depraved and perverted. What John is saying to us again is that here is a test of whether you're a child of God: do you have this love toward your brothers and sisters? Now agape love is divine love, it is the love of God, it is what God is in His essence. Then we must move on quickly to the positive aspect of things that John deals with, because he says that demonstrating brotherly love proves the presence of eternal life, verses 16 to 18. But I wonder how many of us could substitute our names for this word 'love'? They've chosen no longer to love the person because, one way or another, they're not getting their way any longer. The word for love that we find in John's first epistle, and indeed many times right throughout the New Testament is the Greek word 'agape'. Jealous of one another hath not works, is a tribute to John Lennon, who was in! 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