Tag Archives: love

Isaiah 41:8-10

Does God care about us, and about what’s going on in our lives? When life is hard, when we hurt, when no one else seems to care or understand, when bad things are happening, when we are alone? Are we … Continue reading

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Ecclesiastes 4:7-12

Are you a young adult? Are you married? If not–why? A lot of people these days are choosing to remain single longer, perhaps as a backlash against a “let’s-get-married-while-we’re-still-practically-children-ourselves” mentality. Yet while premature marriage is frequently unwise, in many cases … Continue reading

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I John 3:16

How should we we live? Whether we are young or old, in our teens, twenties, thirties, forties, fifties, sixties, seventies, eighties or beyond, whether we are barely done being children ourselves or have our own little children, older children, grown … Continue reading

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Ephesians 5:2

What is the single most important criteria that determines how you act? For many people it is “How will this affect me?” Yet if you claim to follow Christ, the question should also be “How will this affect others?” “And … Continue reading

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Ephesians 4:32

What defines us as Christians? What should be a characteristic we exhibit that the world simply doesn’t see in other people? Certainly it is love, but as the people of God we should also be forgiving. “And be kind to … Continue reading

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