Monday, September 28, 2015



And love your neighbor as you love yourself (Mark 12:30–31). Some have boiled this down to two sentences: “Love God. Love others.”

Sounds easy, right?!

It can be easy to read those four words and think they are weak or watered down. It can be easy to believe those four words don’t offer enough of a challenge. But what happens when we actually begin living them? When we approach every little thing in our lives with a love for God and a love for everyone around us — even our enemies, especially our enemies — we swim against the current and walk against the grain. Living the Good News in every encounter is no small endeavor. In fact, when held up against one another, living the gospel is probably much more difficult than defending it. What if, instead of defending the faith, we began the hard work of loving God and loving people with everything available to us?

1 comment:

  1. It's definitely hard to live it out. I'm trying to learn the process of loving myself so that I can better love others like I love God. I mean how can I tell someone God created you perfectly, he made you as you are supposed to be, if I hate the creation that he made that is me? It's just really hard to trust sometimes and walk that out.


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