In the command to greet one another with a holy kiss, the kiss is of secondary importance. The command is actually to greet one another, and the kiss was simply the way in which that would ordinarily happen. The burden of the command is upon the greeting rather than the kiss. The command is to extend a holy greeting, and there are at least four things from this text that a holy greeting implies.
Scripture References: Romans 16:1-16
A sermon series on the one anothers of the New Testament from the pulpit of Brackenhurst Baptist Church.
|Congregational Care (Hebrews 10:19–25)||Doug Van Meter||1 July 2018||Watch||Listen|
|One Anothering One Another (John 13:34–35)||Doug Van Meter||22 July 2018||Watch||Listen|
|Love One Another (John 15:12–17)||Doug Van Meter||5 August 2018||Watch||Listen|
|Peace Bru (Mark 9:49–50)||Neil Cable||12 August 2018||Watch||Listen|
|Mindful Harmony (Romans 12:16)||Edwin Steytler||19 August 2018||Watch||Listen|
|Recapturing the Holy Kiss (Romans 16:1–16)||Stuart Chase||26 August 2018||Watch||Listen|
|Sing to One Another (Colossians 3:12–17)||Doug Van Meter||2 September 2018||Watch||Listen|
|A Holy Greeting (Romans 1:1–16)||Stuart Chase||9 September 2018||Watch||Listen|
|Pray for One Another (James 5:16–18)||Doug Van Meter||16 September 2018||Watch||Listen|
|Forgive One Another (Colossians 3:12–13)||Stuart Chase||23 September 2018||Watch||Listen|