Category Archives: Love Wins

Secure in God’s love – forever!

Do you know and rely on God’s love for you?

Allow these truths to transform your understanding of the security of God’s love for you. Continue reading

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God will not be mocked

Salvation occurs in connection with a series of experiences that trace to guilt, shame and conscience. The sequence includes four elements: Continue reading

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Love’s grand finale

The greatest is love. But what is love? Continue reading

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Top 5 Arguments against eternal punishment

Most people know that the Bible doesn’t describe a pleasant end for those who reject God’s offer of salvation through Jesus Christ. But what type of judgment falls on them? Continue reading

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What real love looks like

Let’s back up the words “I love you” with this kind of love. Continue reading

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The path to great relationships

Married couples must realize that marriage is not about being in love but an agreement to love. It’s an agreement that must be renewed daily. But doing this involves more than will power. Couples must also have a shared vision of what love looks like, of how it is lived. Continue reading

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Encouragement from Jonathan Edwards

“Now, it is for the abundant comfort of believers, that their own Redeemer is appointed to be their judge. That the same person who spilled his blood for them has the determination of their state left with him, so that … Continue reading

Posted in Afraid to die, Afterlife, Anxiety, Assurance, Comfort, Coming of Christ, Eschatology, Eternal life, Eternal security, Final judgment, God's Love, God's Protection, Gospel-centered, Grace, In Christ, Jonathan Edwards, Judgment seat of Christ, Love Wins | Tagged , | 1 Comment

Life with God is first about…

The Christian life is not first about what we do or about how hard we struggle to maintain thoughts that please God. It’s first about the One we choose to lift our souls to; the One we fear, love and trust with all our being. Continue reading

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Love’s Musical Crescendo!

I don’t have any musical abilities and I certainly don’t know how to read music. My secretary, however, knows music and plays the piano. In my last few sermons, she heard me use a word that comes primarily from the … Continue reading

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A closer look at love

Relationships are miserable when love is absent. But is there an objective way to identify true love?  Love defined The fourteen qualities of love in First Corinthians thirteen offer the best available description of love known to humans. This text remains one of … Continue reading

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