Love Rules

July 30th, 2010


Love does no harm: Other than family, few relationships present more opportunity for friction than neighbors. However, those same interactions offer many occasions to express genuine love. Our relationship with neighbors should be the practical living out, hands-and-feet demonstration of the love we claim.

Love seeks what is best without regard for merit: Those who have experienced Christ’s love cannot withhold that same love from others without first redefining the gift they have received. I didn’t deserve it either; remember what I had done?

Love acts: God so loved the world that He gave . . . The world is often an idea too broad to have personal meaning. Instead of “the world,” insert your name. Do you see how incredible God’s love is for YOU? Now replace your name with your neighbor’s name. Loving God and neighbor is the fulfillment of the law.

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One Response to “Love Rules”

  1. pam Says:

    July 31st, 2010 at 11:08 am

    Amen the greatest commandment is that we Love one another.

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