Love is often spoken about without defining exactly what it is. What is love? Or, more importantly, what is the source of love? In John’s first epistle, the church is called on to consider the theological reasons as to why they are to love one another. The source of love turns out to have significant implications for how and why Christians are to love.
Scripture References: 1 John 4:7
A sermon series on the one anothers of the New Testament from the pulpit of Brackenhurst Baptist Church.
|Do Not Grumble Against One Another (James 5:9)||Doug Van Meter||27 January 2019||Watch||Listen|
|Functionally Prolife and Functional One Anothering (Ephesians 4:25–32)||Neil Cable||3 February 2019||Watch||Listen|
|Welcome One Another (Romans 15:7)||Stephen Scholtz||10 February 2019||Watch||Listen|
|Submitting to One Another (Ephesians 5:18–21)||Anton Beetge||17 February 2019||Watch||Listen|
|Love to Outdo and Outdo to Love (Romans 12:10)||Tommie van der Walt||24 February 2019||Watch||Listen|
|Mission Unalterable (Hebrews 10:23–25)||Doug Van Meter||3 March 2019||Watch||Listen|
|Super-Abounding Love (1 Thessalonians 3:12)||Edwin Steytler||17 March 2019||Watch||Listen|
|Bear One Another’s Burdens (Galatians 6:2)||Ryan Sun||24 March 2019||Watch||Listen|
|Desiring Clean Feet (John 13:14)||Neil Cable||31 March 2019||Watch||Listen|
|Goodness. Knowledge. Admonition (Romans 15:14)||Anton Beetge||7 April 2019||Watch||Listen|