As we discussed yesterday, Christianity isn’t about following a bunch of rules and regulations. It’s about relationships. God wants us to (1) love Him and (2) love others. It’s that simple.
But how exactly do we “love God”? Isn’t that like trying to find a gift for the proverbial guy who’s got everything (literally)?
Not at all. God gives us free will. We can either love Him or reject Him. Otherwise, it wouldn’t be true love.
So, what does the Bible say? It couldn’t be clearer:
When you get right down to it, the Bible is one gigantic love-fest. But few words in the English language are as misused and misunderstood as love. To help remedy that, from now thru Valentine’s Day we’ll take a look at love from God’s perspective.
So, what exactly is love? Here’s the Bible’s definition. Ask the Holy Spirit to help every single syllable seep deeeeep into your ♥.
Earlier this week, we unveiled the official GUWG 2019 Spiritual Workout Plan to help us all prepare for the Big Race.
So far, we’ve covered:
What’s next? Actually doing what God says. Today’s topic is the Bible in one verb: LOVE.
Some religious scholars asked Jesus:
Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?
His reply changed the world forever. He said:
If you had to define Christmas in one word, what would it be?
Here’s how the Bible answers that question: LOVE.
The man known as “the disciple Jesus loved” said: