Tag: love one another

February 18th 2016: Galatians 5:2-15

You can follow today’s reading by clicking on this sentence. ‘…but through love become slaves to one another.’ It’s a big challenge this one. I’ve been wondering recently, how much of a sacrifice for the sake of the Church I’m part of leading is enough? Would it be where I live? The hours I put […]

September 7th 2014: Romans 13:8-14 (Talk Text)

What does it mean to love one another? Here are a few ideas. See if you like any of them…   Being nice to people Being nice to people you don’t like Being generous, or sharing what you have so that others don’t go short/go hungry Treating everyone the same as you. Expecting everyone to […]

August 15th 2014: Luke 11: 27-28

Read Luke 11:27-28 here He replied, “Blessed rather are those who hear the word of God and obey it.” Will we hear the word of God today? What will we think it is? Will we take it as our moral compass, our way of regulating the life of those around us and “calling to account” those with […]

July 27th 2014: 1 Peter 4:7-14

Read 1 Peter 4:7-14 here “Above all, love one another deeply”. This is what we are asked to do this morning. As we serve, work, proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ in word and deed, we are primarily called to love one another. The hardest command of Jesus, in my view, is to love […]