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THE THIRD LETTER OF JOHN
This letter reveals a real challenge even in the modern Church: political ambition and religious control. John writes to another old Christian. In the congregation there are two forces: one hateful and one loving, both manifest regarding hospitality. What is a member of the Church to do when two elders represent two different poles: one spiritual and one fleshly?
Nazarene Commentary 2000©
Mark Heber Miller
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