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God's love is powerful to rescue and reconcile people to himself. As followers of Jesus who have experienced the power of God's love, this should create in us an eagerness to share the gospel with others. God's motivating love compels us to be his witnesses...

Jesus Christ saved us to sin no more and to love God more. To love the Lord God with the whole heart is the desire and pursuit of the person made new by God's grace. Text: Deuteronomy 6:4-5

God wants us to know his love for us, and he has given us many ways to do so. Let us press on to know the love of God. Text: Ephesians 3:14-21

The book of Hosea is the story of a broken marriage that shows the unfaithfulness of God's people to him. The prophet Hosea's actions to bring back his wayward wife show the depths of God's restoring love for his people. Text: Hosea

God's discipline comes in many forms, but it always comes from his love. As the loved children of God, we are to encourage one another to submit to his discipline and to endure in faith. Text: Hebrews 12:1-17

This week Justin and Scott look at the rich young ruler in Mark 10, and discuss how God shows His great love for us by exposing the idolatry of our hearts.

God loves us, so he is honest with us. His loving honesty leads us to him. Text: Mark 10:17-27

Text: Romans 8:31-39

God loves His children. His love for us is so constant and strong that no circumstance can overwhelm us. And no person, group, or force can come between us and our heavenly Father. Text: Romans 8:31-39

How do we love one another? We love as those who are loved by God, reconciled to him through his Son Jesus Christ, and born again by his Spirit. As the beloved, we love one another from the resource of God's abiding, self-giving, others-focused and...

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