If we have Christ inside of us, we should love our neighbor as ourselves. When we operate out of hatred, and we speak evil of our own loved ones, it’s not the love of Christ that we are exhibiting. We all need a love check every now and again. We must check our actions at the cross and be sure we are treated others right. Let’s all love the way the word instructs us to and put our own selfishness aside. After all, Jesus put his own life on the cross for us, so it should be a small thing for us to give that same consideration to those we say we love.
1John 4:20 If a man say, I love God, and hateth his brother, he is a liar: for he that loveth not his brother whom he hath seen, how can he love God whom he hath not seen?
1John 4:21 And this commandment have we from him, That he who loveth God love his brother also.
When was the last time that you heard a sermon that discussed and explained what true Godly love is? I Corinthians 13 is commonly referred to as the love chapter of the Bible, yet most of us have trouble rightly applying this passage of Scripture to our own lives. Our past experiences and relationships, whether positive or negative, can greatly affect the way that we perceive and receive love. Today’s society is plagued with major depression and anxiety issues, not to mention rampant divorce rates among believers because of our choice to love superficially. In this powerful DVD series, G. Craige Lewis uncovers the New Age agenda that emphasizes getting in touch with our “feelings” and emotions while vehemently rejecting the biblical definition of true love. This powerful and thought-provoking six-part series is foundational to understanding how God’s love was intended to be demonstrated among believers. Click here to get your copy now!