Love

The Unconditional Love of God



Michael Appleton brings today's message, focusing on the unconditional love of God. By its very nature, says Michael, unconditional love has no strings attached and no requirements to be met. The love that God gives so freely does not change. We do not need to measure up we are loved by the Father, no matter what. His love is undeterred even when we go astray Gods love continues towards us. As we reflect on Gods love, and know that love in a deeper way, says Michael, we are filled with the love of God and become Gods love in a greater way than ever before. Then we can show that love to others. Michael concludes the message with a caution that we should not take this love for granted and assume that everything is fine no matter what we do or how we live. Gods love is constant, but it does not remove the need for a repentant life.

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Pillars of Wealth 3 - Being True to Our First Love



John Alley once again recaps the previous 2 messages in this series and then takes up the subject for today – our first love and how that is proved. Anyone can say, “I love God”, says John, but the heart that truly loves will possess certain qualities. These are incorporated in the things we seek after. The things that we must seek, says John, are the Kindgom of God, His righteousness and wisdom and understanding.

In a message rich with scriptural content John expands each of these items and concludes that: we must see the Kingdom as worthy of all we have, we must pursue righteousness which is our greatest need, and understanding is the greatest of all treasures.

Once again, this message will inspire the listener to live in such a way as to keep our first love for Christ strong in our hearts.

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Love: Just Do It



David Hood commences his message today with a discussion of some worldly saying s that distort the true meaning of the word “Love”. David then goes on to examine several Scripture verses that speak of the importance that God places on love, and also the fact that He has commanded us to love one another. And whatever is critically important to God, says David, will be vehemently opposed by the enemy, so that love is opposed at every level. David then goes on to remind the listener that the decision to love is one of thought and will, not of feelings. If our feelings dominate our thoughts, says David, then this isolates us and separates us out from the people of God, making us vulnerable to the attack of the enemy. This thoughtful and thought provoking message will enrich the thinking of the listener and encourage and challenge towards becoming a person who “just does” love in accordance with God’s expressed will.

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In View of The Cross: Things to Love And Things Not to Love



John Alley begins his message by reading John 12:23-25, in which Jesus, just days before going to the cross and following the triumphal entry into Jerusalem, explains to his followers that he is going away. This is followed by the insight that the one who loves his life will lose it, but the one who hates life in this world will live forever. John then turns to 1John 2:15-17 for confirmation that we are not meant to love the world or anything in it. Corinne Maxwell then speaks for a few minutes about the need to take up one’s cross daily and what that means in practical terms, giving examples of those who have refused to compromise in following Christ. John exhorts the listener to make certain that a love of the world and worldly things have not blinded the listener to the true call to follow and serve Christ. Sunday 26th February 2012

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Love Like Jesus Does



Frank Corneloup begins this message by referring to the writings of Augustine Hippo (AD 416) relevant to the commandment of Jesus to love one another as He has loved us, and also to the greatest commandment, that we love the Lord our God with all our heart and soul. The former, states Hippo, does not overlook the latter command. Frank goes on to discuss the fact that as Christians we love our doctrines, but too easily overlook the commands to love God and man. But Wesley said, “If this command is neglected, no others can be kept; if observed, all others are easy. This message is rich in insights and will provoke the listener to action – to love God and love others as Christ has loved us! Sunday, 16th October, 2011

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