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Sermons about One Another
Learn what biblical fellowship looks like through the "one another" Scriptures.
The clarion call for the follower of Jesus to love others is often lost in the shuffle of other things. Yet the call to be loving is a basic and straightforward command (e.g., John 13:34-35), and The Church cannot afford to continue ignore it. In light of that, what could happen if God's people chose the path of love? There are many things that work against The Church being the loving people we are called to be. Yet this is not an excuse. In fact, a lack of attention to love and excuse making for non-loving actions has led to a Church that is irrelevant and meaningless for most, and at times a burden and therefore optional for many in Her. This is a trend we must not allow to continue.
As we are a people growing in humility, in the image of Christ, when we see people getting left behind, we run to God, and we humble ourselves and run toward them: we serve.
Jesus said that the identifying mark of HIs followers would be their love for one another. What does this mean and how is this love generated and expressed?
How will someone know you’re a Christian? They’ll know by the way you love your fellow believer. Today, I want to unpack Jesus statement. What does it mean to love fully? What does it mean to love each other like Jesus loves? I have to admit that I’m powerfully impacted by Jesus words to us today. In fact, there is so much here, that I’ve decided to take it in two parts. I have four points and today we’ll discuss only two.
Opportunities for slavery and sin are all around us. If we are to live by the Spirit, we must learn to resist slavery on a daily basis.