The Bible story about the prodigal son reveals a side of God’s character that most people don’t know about – His love. The Father’s love does not depend on how good you are or what you do. Also, the Father’s love for all of us never changes! Listen and be blessed!
We have been exploring how to live and lead like Jesus. Today, we are going to take a closer look at the greatest of all commandments found in Mark 12:28-31. We will break them down so we know what they mean and how to put them into practice. These words to live by reminds us:
If you want to live a Christian life that is pleasing to God, It all comes down to this: loving God, loving others, and also loving yourself. In everything we do, we need to remember that God comes first. Our top priority is loving God, and then everything else falls into place. If your love is not where it needs to be, if you lack love for God and for others, what is the step you should take? That step is to repent and ask God for forgiveness. You have a choice.
Loving God means loving others. The way you demonstrate loving God is the way you love others. Love must be the driving force behind everything that we do. If you want to strengthen your love with the Savior, show more love to others! If we really love others, we will share the Good News with them! Who did you share the Good News with today?
Do you really want to live a life of love as described in 1 Corinthians 13? Ask yourself this question: “‘Am I doing what I’m doing to love others or for my own pleasure?” Is love the driving force of your life, your marriage, work, when you serve?
Watch the video and be blessed!
“You will seek me and find me
when you seek me with all your heart.” Jeremiah 29:13