Sermons on Love
When faith, hope, and love are at the center of our motivation, joy and peace become our default disposition.
To abide in Jesus is to be constantly in tune with and listening to and responding to His word and His love as we interact with the world.
The love of God is made complete in us as we sacrificially love others, laying down our lives for them.
A life rooted in our identity as God’s dearly loved children and characterized by Christ’s love distinguishes us from the world.
When we live out our family relationships under the lordship of Christ, we’ll show the world how revolutionary the kingdom life really is.
In gratefulness for His great love toward us, let us be His presence to the world around us, generously offering that same love to them.
In the moment of relational conflict, there is only one rule that lines up with the mind of Christ, and that is “Love,” so practice the presence of the Holy Spirit and every discipline available to reach that goal. Download The Map, a weekly study guide to help you consistently reflect on Scripture as you pursue maturity in Christ.
When we love one another, we live out our true identity as God’s children, respond appropriately to his act of love, and make his love known among us.
Christian friendship is a sacrificial partnership that leads to spiritual progress and sincere praise.