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By Steve, Lois Rabey, Steve Rabey

Via an exam of the Bible's strongest verses, the most recent installment within the one hundred and one strongest sequence reminds us that we're not on my own during this international. within the previous testomony, God spoke via patriarchs, poets, and prophets. within the new testomony, he reaches out via Christ and Christ's disciples. Highlighting many of the key verses of the Bible, Steve and Lois Rabey display how God consistently communicates his will and his like to his youngsters. With verses concerning the great thing about construction and the facility of God's glory to verses detailing God's love and his will for our lives, we discover how he is taking the initiative and reaches out to us. displaying that we're by no means by myself, one hundred and one strongest VERSES within the BIBLE is an inspirational consultant to forming a loving courting with God.

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Christ loves and receives them just as they are, without the need to perform in order to win his approval. 03 12:45 PM Page 42 42 S TEVE AND L OIS R ABEY How wonderful it must have been for the early Christians who were Greeks, slaves, or women to hear this teaching in Galatians. What about us today? Do we claim that all are saved by faith alone but then regard people based on their performance or their status in society? Do we even damage ourselves with comparisons to other Christians whom we view as more accomplished or more significant than we feel we are?

Or What shall I gain by loving God? In either case, the same sufficient cause of love exists, namely, God Himself. Bernard argued that God is entitled to our wholehearted affection: For although God would be loved without respect of reward, yet He wills not to leave love unrewarded. True charity cannot be left destitute, even though she is unselfish and seeketh not her own (1 Corinthians 13:5). Love is an affection of the soul, not a contract: it cannot rise from a mere agreement, nor is it so to be gained.

Love is an affection of the soul, not a contract: it cannot rise from a mere agreement, nor is it so to be gained. It is spontaneous in its origin and impulse; and true love is its own satisfaction. It has its reward; but that reward is the object beloved. 1 God could have created robots that would “love” him on command, but he didn’t. He gave us hearts and free will to do with as we please. Still, as Bernard told us so eloquently, love is our only appropriate response to God. I love you, Father.

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