We’re Family

Through the centuries, the Body of Christ has not always gotten along. We know this is true because correction for the church’s poor relational behavior began in the book of Acts and continued through the book of Revelation. We Christians, though saved through the blood of Jesus, need to know how to relate. If left … Continue reading We’re Family

The Power of Love and Forgiveness

Throughout our lives, we will have many opportunities to hold hard feelings against someone. Friends, family, or strangers may slander our name, deceitfully deal with us, or even physically harm us. Our first instinct is to go on the defense and become bitter. We would love to see those people pay for what they did. … Continue reading The Power of Love and Forgiveness

Our First Love

Do you remember when you first “fell in love”? You couldn’t wait to be around that person. You did things for them that would make them happy, no matter the inconvenience. Emotionally, you couldn’t be any higher. But then time passed, and those emotions waned. Doing things to make your “love” happy became a chore. … Continue reading Our First Love

Live Love, Part 2

  What Love Does Just like “faith without works is dead” (James 2:20), so faith without action is not love.  It must be proven through good deeds for others to see. (1John 3:18 KJV)  My little children, let us not love in word, neither in tongue; but in deed and in truth. (1John 3:17 KJV)  … Continue reading Live Love, Part 2