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Rev. Carl H. Kemp, Pastor


April 30, 2006


2 John 1

The points embraced in this Epistle are these: A salutation to the female to whom it is addressed, and an expression of warm  attachment to her family, 2  John 1:1-3.  


An expression of joy and gratitude that he had been permitted to learn that her children had embraced the truth, and were walking in it, 2 John 1:4.


An exhortation to live in the exercise of mutual love, in obedience to the great commandment of the Saviour, 2 John 1:5-6.


The fact that many deceivers had gone out into the world, and an exhortation to be on their guard against their arts, 2 John 1:7-8.


A test by which they might be known, and their true character ascertained, 2 John 1:9.


An exhortation to show them no countenance whatever; not to treat them in any such way, even in the rites of hospitality, as to give occasion to the charge       that she was friendly to their doctrines, 2 John 1:10-11.


A statement that, as he hoped to see her soon, he would not write more to her, 2 John 1:12.


    And the salutation of the children of someone who is spoken of as her elect sister, 2 John 1:13.


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