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The story of Herod the Great includes power and intrigue. But what do you know? Who was he, and what helped mold him into the man he was?
Jesus loves me. Many learned that refrain as children, but what of its story? It starts with two sisters and a hard period of history.
Loving one another—what does that mean? We must consider the entire section of 1 John 4 together to fully understand John’s point.
Love or fear. Sometimes we put these two against each other, but is there more than we see? And if God is love, what does that say about fear?
Who struggles with fear? Shame? Feeling incapable or not good enough? If you fight any of these debilitating problems, today is for you.
Knowing and relying on love. How do we do that? Thankfully, the apostle John tells us precisely what he means.
We ought to love one another. That’s what the Bible says. But have you ever wondered why? Let’s talk about that today.
God demonstrated that love—real love—for another demands action on their behalf and for their best. That is something we must remember.
What is the fullness of love? That’s a big concept using words that aren’t entirely clear. Thankfully, the apostle John gives us an example.
What is love? That’s a big question with an ineffable word (too great to be described), but let’s see what we can do with it.
Our last week in the Living in the Shadow of Death series. Let’s look back to see the importance of our response all that we covered.
Do you want to be healed? This question hides in life’s shadows. Like an injured limb needs rest, so do our hearts and minds after a loss.