1 John 4:19


“We love him, because he first loved us.”

King James Version (KJV)



Other Translations of 1 John 4:19

“We loue him: because hee first loued vs.”
King James Version (1611) - View original scan of 1 John chapter 4

“We love, because He first loved us.”
New American Standard Version (1995)

“We love, because he first loved us.”
American Standard Version (1901)

“We have the power of loving, because he first had love for us.”
Basic English Bible

“*We* love because *he* has first loved us.”
Darby Bible

“Let us therefore love God, because God first hath loved us. ”
Douay Rheims Bible

“We love him, because he first loved us. ”
Webster's Bible

“We love because God first loved us.”
Weymouth Bible

“We love him, because he first loved us.”
World English Bible

“Therfor loue we God, for he louede vs bifore.”
Wycliffe Bible

“we -- we love him, because He -- He first loved us;”
Youngs Literal Bible


Chris's comment on 2021-02-19 22:33:19:

I see that the "meek inheriting the Earth", is the Lord describing the type of spirit & attitude of a 'meek' person towards God & man. The 'meek' person in himself cannot inherit the Earth, nor can he be acceptable to God without the intervention of the Cross in his life. Yet, that 'meek' disposition must be evident in all of God's children, as one so endued by the Holy Spirit.


ERECH CHRIST NIMROD's comment on 2021-02-19 08:43:48:

Dear Sacha on 1 John 4:19 "We LOVE Him because He First LOVED us." Christians who are worthy do go to Heaven after death. And the Meek (the Teachable) will inherit the Earth right here and right now, and in the Hereafter. We pray this has helped you in some way. Peace.


sacha's comment on 2021-02-14 15:02:29:

Can any one help me with this please ? If Christians go to heaven after death why does Jesus say the meek shall inherit the earth ? Any ideas any one ? Thankyou .


James Futch's comment on 2021-02-14 14:02:05:

Where did the sprinkling for baptism come from in the bible?


Vlet's comment on 2021-02-14 04:58:26:

What is the meaning that Jesus made clay from his spittle and earth, and then applied it to the blindman eye to make him see? What is the deeper meaning? His spittle is God's spittle that is mixed with earth to make the clay; so what is the deeper meaning of all this?


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