Friday Find: Love

I just read this post on “Fresh Whispers.” The call to love others who believe in Jesus. Please visit Fresh Whispers to experience an encouraging direction regarding loving fellow Christians.

I would love to hear your thoughts on loving one another.


Jacquie ♥

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I am a writer and counselor, who embraces joy and holds tight to hope. I live with my husband Ken, of 44 years, and he is the love of my life. I enjoy inspirational and devotional writing, home decor, gardening, and being in community. My husband and I are missionaries to children in Washington State, and love the privilege of being with them.

15 thoughts on “Friday Find: Love

  1. That was a good post by Fresh Whispers, thanks for sharing. I think to truly love each other we have to spend time in prayer and spend time listening to what the Holy Spirit is teaching us as we read the Word. Also our hearts must be open to want to change into the type of people who desire to walk in love. Otherwise we won’t obey God’s instructions.

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  2. The Lord has blessed me with knowing Christians from different cultures who have different styles of worship. Some have differences on minor doctrinal issues. If we love our fellow Christians as a result of experiencing Christ’s love, we won’t have time for petty things. We will only have time to love one another just as Jesus commanded. That was his command in John 15. He did not say it is an option.

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  3. I always think of Matthew 25 when it comes to the commandment to love one another. How does God see others and how would He want me to treat them? Most of all, what feeling am I leaving them with, God’s love? Or something else? It isn’t easy because we sometimes have to be discerning, and because sometimes we are quick to contention and make mistakes, but Jesus truly has taught us how. He met with all kinds of interactions in the New Testament, and it’s interesting to see.

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    1. Truly. Love isn’t arbitrary, I Corinthians 13, defines clearly what/who love is (easy, right?) Except that without the Lord’s help, we don’t have the ability to love like I Corinthians outlines. I pray I will do my best to live Scripture out, and have grace for others in the process. “Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers over a multitude of sins.” I Peter 4:8. Love you Jenny ♥

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  4. Jacquie, thanks for sharing the link to Fresh Whispers. I enjoyed visiting the site, and I will follow it now. As Christians, we should all appreciate the love of Jesus. When one feels a need to criticize, first stop and think of the love of Christ.

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