3 John: Review Questions (ANSWERS)

  1. Quote verse 4.
    "I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth"
  2. To whom did the apostle John write this letter?
  3. What did John pray for Gaius?
    Prosperity and good health.
  4. What caused John to rejoice greatly? When his children walked in truth.
  5. How did Gaius demonstrate his faith?
    He received the brethren and strangers.
  6. When Christians support God’s servants what does their participation make them?
    Fellow workers.
  7. Who was Diotrephes?
    A domineering church leader.
  8. Why was John displeased with Diotrephes? He loved to have the preeminence; he spoke malicious words; he did not receive other Christians; he excommunicated those who did.
  9. What is the fundamental difference between those who do evil, and those who do good?
    Their personal relationship with God.
  10. What do you know about Demetrius?
    He did good, and had a good testimony.


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