The Third Epistle General of


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Third John is the second-shortest book in the Bible verse-wise and is a letter written to a man named Gaius, advising him against working with a man of "malicious words" and promoting fellowship with another man of "good report".

With a single chapter of 14 verses, 3 John is tied with Obadiah, Philemon, 2 John and Jude for books with only one chapter in the Bible.

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