eutheos. by name — not less than if their names were written [Bengel]. - A. C. But I trust I shall shortly see thee … - Notes at 2 John 1:12. Face to face - `mouth to mouth.'. And especially may our love abound to those who have a desire to spread the gospel. They often go among a people who are as destitute, and who will as little appreciate the gospel, and who are as much prejudiced against it, and who are as poor, as the pagan. But when ( John 14:31) the repast was finished, the language of Christ assumed a loftier strain; the disciples, assembled around their Master, listened to the words of life, and seldom spoke a word (only John 16:17 John 16:29). they should value it enough to minister to their needs while there; if they regard it as the duty of any of their number to leave their comfortable homes in a Christian land in order to preach to the pagan, they should feel that those who go make far greater sacrifices than those who contribute to their support. John was an eyewitness of the reported occurrences though, as he himself writes (John 1:14; John 19:35). We have seen His glory, the glory of the one and only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth. We therefore, who wish well to that service, and whom God hath blessed with ability, ought to receive such, and afford them a comfortable maintenance; that we might be fellow-helpers to the truth, and, though not ordained to be preachers, may hereby receive a preacher's reward. John 1:31 - I did not recognize Him, but so that He might be manifested to Israel, I came baptizing in water.' σι φυλάττειν πρόβατα, αὐτὸς κατεσθίων. The church referred to by the apostle would have done its duty well enough, if it had not been for one ambitious and worldly man. Generally translated "immediately", or "straightway". Peace be unto thee. 2: , , , , . Literary plural really singular like ελπιζω — elpizō to face (στομα προς στομα — stoma pros stoma). The welfare of the soul is indeed the great object, and the first desire in regard to a friend should be that his salvation may be secured; but in connection with that we may properly wish them health of body, and success in their lawful undertakings. When a friend learns this of a distant friend; when a pastor learns this of his people from whom be may be for a time separated; when those who have been instrumental in converting others learn this of their spiritual children; when a parent learns it of a son or daughter separated from him; when a teacher learns it of those who were formerly under his care, there is no joy that goes more directly to the heart than this - nothing that fills the soul with more true thankfulness and peace. Greet the friends by name. They should regard it as a common cause in which one has as much concern as another, and where each should feel it a privilege to cooperate with his brethren. Note; (1.) And yet the epistle contains many excellent sentiments, which, if judiciously handled, might be very useful to the Church of God. The former (friends) is a very singular appellation, and nowhere else found in Scripture; the latter is of frequent occurrence. well knew, and to whom he would show this epistle. And the Word became flesh, and dwelt among us, and we saw His glory, glory as of the only begotten from the Father, full of grace and truth. Peace be to thee. 1 Peter 5:13, 1 Peter 5:14. The end of the Third catholic Epistle of St John. Our Saviour ordained the twelve to be always with him, that they might learn from his mouth the doctrine which they were in due time to preach to the world;—that they might see his glory, John 1:14 the transcendent glory of the virtues which adorned his human life, and might be witnesses to all the wonderful works which he should perform, (Acts 10:39-41.) John 1:14; John 1:17; John 6:50-51; John 11:25-26.) Had they known what His earlier words meant, they would have had other than temporal and local thoughts of the Father’s house, and would have known Him to be the Way. At such times there have been many who were willing to leave their own quiet homes, and the religious privileges connected with a well-organized church, and to break away from the ties which bind to country and kindred, and to go among a distant people to publish salvation. And O, that it were more universal! (9) finally, let us learn from the examples commended in this brief Epistle, to do good. Doddridge says, “What a curse would this bring upon many to wish that they might prosper even as their souls prospered!” Of how much property would they at once be deprived; how embarrassed would be their affairs; how pale, and wan, and sickly would they be, if they should be in all respects as they are in their spiritual interests! The end of the epistles of the pure Apostle and Evangelist John. ... 1-14) 14:1 MhV tarassevsqw The same verb is used to describe Jesus’ own state in 11:33, 12:27, and 13:21. (John 1:14 ESV) Jesus, the Word, 100% God, steps out of heaven, takes on the flesh of humankind, and enters our world. He that doeth good, is of God, proves that he is born of him, and partakes of his Spirit: but he that doeth evil, hath not seen God; whatever pretensions of religion he may make, he is destitute of all experimental knowledge of divine things. Lamentations 1:14 - 'The yoke of my transgressions is bound; By His hand they are knit together. Greet the friends by name - remember me to all those with whom I am acquainted, as if I had specified them by name. By this means He took our sins away from us, Himself becoming our sin-offering (2 Corinthians 5:21). Home > Interlinear Bible > Search Results. Peace - inward of conscience; fraternal of friendship; supernal of glory (Lyra). Such Christians as abound in faith and charity towards their pious acquaintance and strangers, and give substantial proofs of it in their lives, are exceeding lovely and greatly beloved, rejoiced in, caressed, and honourably spoken of as worthy of imitation, by all true friends to the gospel of Christ, and especially by his ministering servants. Bodily health is a singular mercy, especially as it enables us more eminently to improve our spiritual gifts and graces for the good of mankind. 2. Our friends salute thee. We have seen his glory, the glory of the One and Only, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth. - Ditto, Greek text. This verse gives the Baptist's witness to the personal Word become flesh. No one can properly estimate the evil which one such man can do, nor the calamity which comes upon a church when such a man places himself at its head. I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth. {See Trapp on "James 4:15"}. John 1:14 - And the Word became flesh, and dwelt among us, and we saw His glory, glory as of the only begotten from the Father, full of grace and truth. Please modify your queries and try again. Speak face to face; otoma prov stoma, viz. Our friends salute thee, joining in all Christian wishes. - Arabic. I have already shown in the preface to those epistles termed catholic, that the word καθολικος is not to be taken here, and elsewhere in these epistles, as signifying universal, but canonical; for it would be absurd to call an epistle universal that was written to a private individual. They are as likely to be charged with being actuated by mercenary motives, if they ask for support, as missionaries among the pagan are. Click the Bible to visit the new StudyLight.org being developed!! greet the friends by name; meaning those that were where Gaius lived, to whom the apostle sends his salutation, and desires it might be delivered to each of them, as if they had been mentioned by name. - Latin text of the Complutensian. May all religious affection be ever preserved among true believers, and mutual sincere wishes of every kind of happiness, both temporal and spiritual, be cultivated between them, with cordial friendship one towards another! 4. As a man of wealth, of talents, and of learning, may do great good, if his heart is right, so may a man similarly endowed do proportionate evil if his heart is wicked. General Search for 'John 1:14' within '' on StudyLight.org. The third of John. In fact, only an eyewitness would be able to give such clear particulars as "about the tenth hour" ( John 1:39 ), "six water pots of stone" ( John 2:6 ) and "153 great fishes" ( John 21:11 ). Either at Ephesus, where John was, or rather at the place where Gaius lived, see 3 John 1:10; and we shall speak face to face; freely and familiarly converse together about these things, which were not thought proper to be committed to writing: peace be to thee; which was the usual form of salutation with the Jews, and John was one; See Gill on John 20:19; our friends salute thee; or send their Christian salutation to thee, wishing all health and prosperity in soul and body; meaning the members of the church at Ephesus: the Arabic version reads, "thy friends"; such at Ephesus as had a particular knowledge of him, and affection for him. Friends. 1. John 1:14. (7) we may see, from this Epistle, the evil of having one troublesome man in the church, 3 John 1:10. If we are satisfied that a man is a Christian, we should receive him as such, however he may be regarded by others; nor should we hesitate to help him forward in his Christian course, or in any way to assist him to do good. The Third Epistle of John the apostle is ended. Titus 3:15. Quite otherwise I! It is not common that in their spiritual interests they are so much more prosperous than they are in other respects, that we can make that the standard of our wishes in regard to them, but it sometimes does occur, as in the case of Gaius. To report dead links, typos, or html errors or suggestions about making these resources more useful use the convenient, Baker Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology, But I trust I shall shortly see thee … -. on StudyLight.org Note; It is a sincere and heartfelt delight to the faithful ministers of Christ, to behold the children whom they have begotten in the gospel, walk worthy of their vocation. By name - no less than if their names were written (Bengel). Of his fulness - In John 1:14 the evangelist has said that Christ was "full of grace and truth." There is nothing that confers so much power on men as the control in religious matters; and hence, in all ages, proud and ambitious men have sought dominion over the conscience, and have sought to bring the sentiments of people on religion to subjection to their will. 3. Inferences.—How desirable, but, alas! A title seldom found in the New Testament, since it is absorbed by the greater one of brotherhood. Peace be with you. 1 Corinthians 16:19, 1 Corinthians 16:20; 2 Corinthians 13:12, 2 Corinthians 13:13. He became man (John 1:14). I hope. Greet the friends by name. thee, &c. shortly. The same principle is acted on now in Christian missions, and with the same propriety; and as we in Christian lands owe the blessings which we enjoy to the fact that in former times there were those who were willing thus to go forth, so it will be true that the richest blessings which are to descend upon India, and Africa, and the islands of the sea, will be traced in future times to the fact that there are in our age those who are willing to follow the example of the apostles in going forth to do good to a dying world. In the human nature He assumed He suffered death (Philippians 2:8). He remembered them as individuals, but did not deem it proper to specify them. This would seem rather to refer to private friends of John and Gaius than to Christians as such. And now] When the ministry is completed. [Chapter and verse divisions date from the sixteenth century. Under these circumstances, no duty is more obvious than that of contributing to the support of those who go to such places as Christian missionaries. on StudyLight.org on StudyLight.org StudyLıght .org . 14.By name—Says Bengel, “just as if their names were written.” But as John knew the Church only by occasional visitations, and is writing only a private letter, he sends greeting not to the Church generally, but only to the special friends whom Gaius well knew, and to whom he would show this epistle. JOHN 14:1-5 BIBLE STUDY John 14:6 I Am The Way, The Truth, And The Life John 14:7-11 Show Us The Father John 14:12-14 Greater Works Than These John 14:15-21 If You Love Me, Keep My Commandments John 14:22 Judas John 14:23-26 Keep My Words John 14:27-31 Peace I Leave With You John 14 Bible Study Questions (Handout) 4. Such expressions as John 1:14, John 2:11, which indicate that already while on earth a divine glory was manifest in Christ, in no degree contradict but rather confirm such statements as the present. 14And John bare record, saying, I saw the Spirit descending from heaven like a dove, and it abode upon him. 3. See Acts 18:22. 14. Ignat., ad Smyrn., xiii. on StudyLight.org They have come upon my neck; He has made my strength fail. Colossians 4:10, Colossians 4:12, Colossians 4:14; 2 Timothy 4:19, 2 Timothy 4:21. But it has been the lot both of the minor prophets and the minor epistles to be generally neglected; for with many readers bulk is every thing; and, no magnitude no goodness. And the Speech was made flesh. Wherefore if, or when, I come, I will remember his deeds which he doeth, and severely animadvert upon his imperious and uncharitable conduct, prating against us with malicious words, assuming the most insolent airs, and daring even to cast reproach on the divinely-constituted apostles of the Son of God: and not content therewith, neither doth he himself receive the brethren to any hospitable entertainment in his house, and forbiddeth them that would; and, when any notwithstanding disobey his mandates, and receive, assist, and further in their way those faithful ministers of Christ, who travel preaching the gospel, he casteth them out of the church, merely for presuming to disobey his wicked commands and usurped authority. No book related resources for this page. The second token of Christ's union with the Father would be manifested in the efficacy of prayer made in his name. This is why John says friends rather than brothers. The most modest, humble, devoted, and zealous men, under a charge of heresy, or of some slight aberration from the formulas of doctrine, may be cast out as unworthy to be recognized as ministers of the gospel, or even as unworthy to have a place at the table of the Lord. Concerning the various acceptations of the verb. The missionary spirit existed early in the Christian church, and indeed may be regarded as the “prevailing” spirit in those times. To this meaning of the word, which is a common one in the best Greek writers, the evangelist might allude, to point out Christ's associating his disciples with himself; living, conversing, eating, and drinking with them: so that, while they had the fullest proof of his Divinity by the miracles which he wrought, they had the clearest evidence of his humanity, by his tabernacling among, eating, drinking, and conversing with them. Salute the friends by name — That is, in the same manner as if I had named them one by one. ἐγὼ ἦλθον, etc.] He commends his kind and charitable conduct. Philosophers are mistaken in supposing that friendship is not prepared (formed) by faith.— κατʼ ὄνομα, by name) No less than if their names were written.(1). But I trust I shall shortly see thee, and we shall speak face to face. friends — a title seldom used in the New Testament, as it is absorbed in the higher titles of “brother, brethren.” Still Christ recognizes the relation of friend also, based on the highest grounds, obedience to Him from love, and entailing the highest privileges, admission to the intimacy of the holy and glorious God, and sympathizing Savior; so Christians have “friends” in Christ. Here, as in the close of so many epistles, the word aspazomai is translated by two different English words in successive verses or even in the same verse. (2.) [Chapter and verse divisions date from the sixteenth century. And the Speech was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only-begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth. (John 1:14) More resources, better tools and easier navigation Test drive it and tell us about your experience. Philippians 1:4, Philippians 1:21. 2. This is why John says. This and the epistle of James are the only epistles which are concluded without the word "Amen". The human nature in Him dying, by that death He expiated the sins of human persons (Isaiah 53:5-6). This is a personal letter. John 1:23 - He said, 'I am a voice of one crying in the wilderness, ‘Make straight the way of the Lord ,' as Isaiah the prophet said.' Greek. Greek. Greet the friends by name - That is, each one individually. So John felt it to be the duty of the church in regard to those who went forth in his time; and so, when the church, under the influence of Diotrephes, had refused to do it, he commended Gaius for performing that duty, 3 John 1:6, 3 John 1:8. O, that Divine grace would excite more to quit the indulgence of their homes, or their countries, if there be no bond of duty to detain them there, that they may go and preach to the Gentiles! (5) for the same reason it is our duty to contribute to the support of missionaries in the destitute places of our own land, 3 John 1:8. but I hope to see you shortly, and we will speak face to face. Such a man, by his talents, his address, his superior learning, his wealth, or by his arrogance, pride, and self-confidence, may control a church, and effectually hinder its promoting the work of religion. For other particulars concerning John, the reader is requested to refer to the preface to his gospel. 14 The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. Now, as then, from the nature of the case, missionaries to the pagan must go “taking nothing” of those among whom they labor, and expecting that, for a long time at least, they will do nothing for their support. 5. Peace be to thee; prosperity of every kind attend thee in body and soul. Most Greek texts divide a 15th verse, as the TEV has done.] Greet the friends by name. Copyright Statement. Peace be to thee - Mayest thou possess every requisite good, both of a spiritual and temporal kind. On the tenderness of the greetings here, see under 3 John 1:1:13, above. The decisions of a church, under some proud and ambitious partisan leader, are often eminently unjust and harsh. 1. Thus in the Trinity we see personal fellowship on an equality. He dissuades Gaius from copying so bad an example. It signifies to erect such a building as was used on festival occasions, when a man invited and enjoyed the company of his friends. Instead of φιλοι and φιλους, friends, the Codex Alexandrinus and several others read αδελφοι and αδελφους, brethren. (14)Christ is proved to be the Son of God by the coming down of the Holy Spirit, by the Father's voice, and by John's testimony. Related Resources. Note; (1.) Our friends salute thee - Desire to be affectionately remembered to thee. The inscription and salutation. Still, Christ recognizes the relation of friend (John 15:13-15; James 2:23), based on the highest grounds-obedience from love, entailing the highest privileges-admission to the intimacy of the holy God and sympathizing Saviour: so Christians have "friends" in Christ. was a very usual salutation among the Jews, by which they wished every possible blessing might come upon their friends they thus saluted. 3 John 1:14. Yet how often has the spirit which actuated Diotrephes prevailed in the church! We seldom hear this epistle quoted but in the reproof of lordly tyrants, or prating troublesome fellows in the Church. —This was the answer to the doubt of Thomas. In this cause, and with this spirit, the apostles spent their lives. He testifies the satisfaction that he felt in the report which he had heard. (2) it is an unspeakable pleasure to a Christian to learn that his friends are living and acting as becomes sincere Christians; that they love what is true, and abound in the duties of hospitality charity, and benevolence, 3 John 1:3-6. John 3:16-19. Salute the friends by name. Nothing is more contrary to the spirit of a Christian minister, than overbearing arrogance and pride. Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges. The usual friendly salation from friends, just another affectionate title from the mind of the loving John. and Vatican. This was the true “whither” which they knew not. 3John 1:15. φίλους, friends) Compare John 15:15. Peace — peace inward of conscience, peace fraternal of friendship, peace supernal of glory [Lyra]. The Third Epistle of St. John the apostle is ended. aspazomai. The Evangelist shows what was that coming of Christ which he had mentioned; namely, that having been clothed with our flesh, he showed himself openly to the world. I hope (ελπιζω — elpizō) - We shall speak (λαλησομεν — lalēsomen). Demetrius hath good report of all men; all who know him bear testimony of his amiable and pious conversation; and of the truth itself, every one who would speak the truth, must acknowledge his excellence; and we, who are ministers of truth, declare our full approbation of him: and ye know that our record is true, and may be assuredly depended upon. For I rejoiced greatly when the brethren came, and testified of the truth that is in thee, of thy faith and love unfeigned; even as thou walkest in the truth, adorning with all manner of holy conversation thy Christian profession. The spirit of Diotrephes still rides high and mighty in the ecclesiastical counsels of the earth, denying and contradicting the holy teachings of Christ and his apostles; but the loving apostle unmasked it for what it is in the glowing lines of this precious fragment of the word of the Lord. Comp. (2.) The third of John to Caius concerning Demetrius, of whom he witnesses the most excellent things. Here in a friendly letter, mention of “friends" appropriately occurs. St. John knew all “by name,” and would have named them had space permitted. The friends salute thee ... salute the friends by name ... —Says Bengel, “just as if their names were written.” But as John knew the Church only by occasional visitations, and is writing only a private letter, he sends greeting not to the Church generally, but only to the special. (Menochius). The elder, John, unto the well-beloved Gaius, whom I love in the truth, as a faithful member of Jesus Christ. Kind salutations of friends are profitable, both to those who give and those who receive them; and real kindness habitually and kindly expressed, is the essence of true politeness, the ornament of dignified refinement, and the source of pure, elevated, and purifying joy. Hitherto prayer … This and the preceding epistle both read over in reference to a new edition, Jan. 3rd, 1832. 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Ryle's Expository Thoughts on the Gospels, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible - Unabridged, Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, Commentary by J.C.Philpot on select texts of the Bible, Ernst Hengstenberg on John, Revelation, Ecclesiastes, Ezekiel & Psalms. And, though there be no prospect of any requital from them, God will open to them his celestial treasure, and they shall be recompensed in the resurrection of the just. They go as strangers. Sorry but your search resulted in no verses being found. This is a proof to me that this epistle was not sent to Corinth, where it is not likely John ever was; and where it is not likely he had any particular acquaintances, unless we could suppose he had seen some of them when he was an exile in Patmos, an island in the Aegean Sea. and by which his mission from God was to … I shall, &c. = to see (App-133.) And whatsoever ye shall ask in my name, that will I do. The friends salute thee ... salute the friends by name ... 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