When we serve as Christ’ ambassadors, inviting people into relationship with Him, we fulfill both commandments that Jesus said important. Our faithfulness to the mission and ministry God has given us expresses our love for God, and our efforts to share the love of Christ with others expresses our love for our neighbor.
Put on, and give to others, what God has given us so freely, His love.
Whether it be Husbands submitting to Christ, wives submitting to their husbands, Children submitting to their parents, or servants submitting to their masters…. It is important to note that all these examples begin and end with this idea of doing it in sincerity of heart, as onto the Lord.
Are we treating others in such a way that we are worthy to be-loved?
Jesus, our Savior, was a man of sorrows, a man who was familiar with suffering. Whatever you are going through in your life, whatever pain, or sorrow, or heartache you may be hurting from, know this: Jesus understands and He suffers with you.
God speaks His love for us through the person and life of Jesus Christ. May we respond and take the first step into the journey of faith.
It is our mission to bring light to the world by shining the light of Christ brightly in the place God has given us.
Understanding Gods’ protective care over our lives.
福音の架け橋: One important step toward being a bridge builder is to get rid of the fear that makes us want to build walls.
Sometimes it is hard to see God’s love in our circumstances, but He has proven His love in all that He has done, and most especially at the cross of Christ Jesus. The Lord’s promises are trustworthy and true. And He gives special and wonderful promises to those who trust in Him.
Christmas is about the love of God revealed in Jesus Christ. Let’s turn our hearts to God and invite Jesus into our lives. Let’s all trust in God and His plan of salvation.
God loved Jonah and the people of Nineveh, and is eager to share His mercy and grace with all.
Let’s see how we can splash each other with the love God desires to fill and overflow our empty hearts.
I find 3 types of love in Scripture. Christ’s love, Christian love and chastening love. Have you ever recognized God’s love? And are you showing Christian love?
Let’s let Christ’s love motivate us to love other Christians the way Paul loved the church at Philippi. We are all part of God’s family and we should all be transformed by God’s love.