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 ♥.
We conclude GOD @ WORK WEEK with a little prayer that encapsulates everything we covered. (Note: If you aren’t viewing this on the web you may miss the highly creative and deeply symbolic shape formed by the words.)
Every year about this time I can’t help but ask myself the following question:
What does God think about the Super Bowl?
Since “Super Bowl” doesn’t appear in my Bible index, each Super Bowl Eve I search Google using the phrase “God and the Super Bowl.” The results are always fascinating. This year, in 0.48 seconds I got 191 million items to choose from. Here’s a mere sampling …