There is such a thing as righteous anger (indignation) over wrongs that must be corrected (injustices). However, anger that leads to sin is danger that leads to multiple consequences, including eternity.
Our society’s definition of love focuses on tolerance, “open-mindedness,” and permissiveness. You’ve heard the saying, “Love is love,” but what is the biblical definition of love? How does God love us and expect us to love Him back?
Our focus today is on the most common word in the Bible for love, agape. In the Lord’s last week before the cross, He answers a barrage of questions from his critics, including tis one on the first and foremost commandment. His answer is timeless.
By inspiration of God, the apostle John penned five New Testament books. In our final Sunday of 2019, we find a New Year resolution from each of these inspiring books by “the disciple that Jesus loved.”
John records the appearance of Jesus to Thomas following His resurrection. Although Thomas is often referred to as “doubting,” that is not the full story.
In the Upper Room, Jesus gave another timeless example of what it means to be a servant of God: serve others by being willing to do the smallest of tasks. What is small in our eyes may be huge in the eyes of God, and that’s what matters most.