The Proclaimers famously sang that they would walk five hundred miles, and possibly five hundred more, just for the accolade of being “the man who walked a thousand miles to fall down at your door.” But would they walk 13,910 miles? Late last year, a
The book of 1 John is a lesser-known part of the New Testament for most. There is, however, a feast of biblical truth for us in this brief apostolic sermon. John is intent on helping his hearers to understand exactly who God is and who
Each family has characteristics that sets it apart from other families. Similarly, God’s family, the church, has unique characteristics that sets it apart. In concluding our series in the One Anothers of the New Testament, we take a look at five characteristics of the church
What would it look like if every Christian loved as God loved? Seeing is believing, they say, and the apostle John would agree. Our text considers the fruit of love: what might we see and experience if we obeyed Christ’s command to love one another?