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Category Archives: Radical love
Delusional self-confidence based on self-accomplishment is not far removed from self-righteousness. It’s an insidiously deadly poison that can be… Continue reading
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
Relationships are difficult when love is absent. But what is love? When someone says, “I love you,” is there a way to know if he/she means it? Read more… Continue reading
It’s one thing to tell people what they should do; it’s another to show them. Jesus did both. Continue reading
Is it possible that our vision of God is too clouded by wrong images from religion and from our own hearts? I think many people will be surprised when they meet God.
When hurt by others, we often only see the horizontal significance of what occurred. “This is about me and the one who hurt me!” we argue. Yet those who worship God are called to view forgiveness as an act of worship. This is primarily about God and secondarily about me or my offender. When we forgive, we “let go of” instead of “holding on to” or “holding against.”
Forgiveness is an act of releasing to God the hurtful actions and consequences of the wrong done to us. Continue reading
The key to unity in a family or Church is not the removal of all conflict but a deeply shared commitment to work through our differences and pursue reconciliation based on God’s love for us in Christ. Continue reading
Does “God so loved the world” point to a Creator’s love for all people or only a redeemer’s love for His chosen ones? Continue reading