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.
The apostle Peter reminds his readers of the divine privilege of becoming and being a people for God’s own possession. What did that mean for them, and what does it mean for us?
It is the most loved passage in all of literature that many of us have committed to memory since youth. The question is, do we know the psalm or do we know the Shepherd?
In a world of turbulence, Paul provides inspired principles for how both a congregation and the individual Christian can live a life of peace.
We love both verses and hymns that assure us of the peace of God offered us in Christ Jesus, our Lord. This evening, we combine the two in a special service designed to encourage us all, especially our students entering exam week.