Sermons on the topic of Love


The King’s Sermon: The Relationships of a Kingdom Citizen – Part II

Bible VersesMatthew 7:7-12

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August 6, 2017

Sermon Description

You'll find verses in today's passage (like the Golden Rule) that look great on a bumper sticker. But if we fail to understand them within the context of the Sermon on the Mount, we miss the grace of God that enables us to live out these instructions.

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The King’s Sermon: Getting to the Heart of Hostility

Bible VersesMatthew 5:43-48

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July 2, 2017

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Loving your enemy is a quality of God that he has manifestly proven in his providential care of the world and his particular redemption of the Church. To imitate and reflect this perfect love is to demonstrate whose child you truly are.

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Teach Us to Pray: Our Father

Bible VersesMatthew 6:9

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June 19, 2016

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God, our Heavenly Father, loves us so much that He adopted those who believe in Him as His children. He guides us and leads us as a shepherd, who provides and protects us.

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Walking as Children of Light

Bible VersesEphesians 5:1-21

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April 17, 2016

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Children imitate their parents. It’s natural and normal. Since Christians, through Jesus, have been adopted into God’s family, it is natural for us to now imitate our Heavenly Father. We do so by walking in love by putting others first in our words and deed, as light by taking God’s design seriously and exposing the darkness in us and the world around us, and as wise by making the most of the time. Filled with the Spirit, as we walk in love, as light, and as wise, we reveal to a watching world just who our Father really is.

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The New Walk of the New Self

Bible VersesEphesians 4:17-5:2

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April 10, 2016

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The good news of Christianity is that you don't have to change your behavior before you can be saved. But once you do come to Jesus and receive his salvation, change is inevitable. There is no excuse for behaving the same because you're no longer the same.

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