In order to truly love others, we will be required to provide them with correction at times. However, as we offer this correction, we must carefully consider our motives. Are we truly loving others, or are we merely loving ourselves?
For the Christian, every time we study the Law of God we are studying nothing less than the heights and depths of God’s love for us. For in the Law of God we discover the extent of his holiness, the extent our sinfulness, and the extent of God’s amazing grace which bridges the gap!
We were not made to be devoted to multiple things. God has designed us in such a way that our capacity for loyalty is limited. If we truly pledge our allegiance to God, we will be incapable of pledging our ultimate allegiance to anything else.
In this sermon clip Pastor Joel clearly explains one of the most misunderstood concepts in the Bible: Judgement. Many Christians believe it is always a sin to judge, but is this view actually biblical?
What we choose to get angry about is a clear sign of what we love and cherish the most. So the next time you get angry, stop and ask yourself, “What is it that I love so dearly that is being threatened in this moment?”