Caring Others As Jesus Loves Us (Gospel Snapshots).
When you genuinely link with the truth as well as the power of the scripture of Jesus Christ, you realize that so many things that are taught are nothing more than humanistic faith. A preacher can go anywhere with the topic of loving others. Check out this page here – https://www.pinterest.com/fruitsoftheholyspirit/bible-verses-about-change/
And have you seriously pondered ‘caring others as Jesus loves us’? Thinking the teaching that we can enjoy like God loves, comes close to spiritual absurdness!
Jesus does SAY we should love others the means he likes us (John 15:12). But the inquiry is: what does he MEAN by this? He doesn’t imply for us to do this in the flesh: ‘Try to be like God.’ There is a feeling in which we can at least BEGIN caring others the way Jesus enjoys us. This is with regard to our needs and expectations. Also read more here – Bible Verses For Change
HOW does Jesus enjoy us? He begins by not accusing us (John 5:45). If we remain in him, we have NO stricture (Rom 8:1). The amount of times are we informed NOT to evaluate? Jesus accepts us as we are– despite how poor we are. Jesus does not demand that we ‘tidy up our act’ before he loves us. While we were yet sinners, Christ craved us. As well as we are still sinners, made righteous by the blood of Jesus.
Most of us need to change! None of us is best … “No, not one.” If you question whether you need to alter or otherwise, simply ask a person near you. Most of us need to alter! However it is not demands, expectations or condemnation that transforms us. God’s love adjustments us– by NOT enforcing needs and expectancies upon us!
If we do not experience God’s love as well as acceptance, we feel he is requiring and critical. Frequently we live by a kind of ‘reverse principle’– we do unto others as we perceive God does it unto us. If we don’t know his love, then we feel he is requiring. We are requiring if we feel HE is demanding. Isn’t it true that “Children live what they discover”?
Are you going to accept those near you the way Jesus approves us– without strings affixed? It’s difficult to allow go of our demands and assumptions, however this IS what God provides for us. This IS loving others as Jesus likes us.
And also have you seriously pondered ‘loving others as Jesus enjoys us’? Jesus does SAY we need to like others the method he likes us (John 15:12). There is a feeling in which we can at least BEGIN caring others the means Jesus loves us. Jesus does not demand that we ‘clean up our act’ before he loves us. God’s love modifications us– by NOT imposing demands as well as expectations upon us!