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Messages with tag - Love for God

Thu, Apr 30, 2020
Passage: Psalm 62:3-12
Series: God’s Protection in Any Crisis
Duration: 1 hr 9 mins 45 secs
What determines who will be successful in the Christian life? Listen to this lesson to learn that it depends on the decisions we make and in learning spiritual skills that will guide our decisions. Continue studying these ten skills beginning with where we left off, doctrinal orientation, which is studying all realms of God’s Word. Begin to realize our eternal destiny and find out how we can measure our love for God. Learn that it is possible to love even unlovable people. See that the focus of our life should be the Lord Jesus Christ. As we master these skills learn that we will then have a life of stability, true happiness, and contentment.
Sun, Sep 04, 2016
Passage: Matthew 22:34-40
Series: Matthew (2013)
Duration: 48 mins 39 secs
How are we to love God? Listen to this lesson to learn four ways that tell us how much we are to love God and none of them require emotion. See the full meaning of the command to love God alone. Understand the difference between the yoke of the commandments and the yoke of the kingdom. See that the Pharisees were hoping to trap Jesus when they asked Him what was the great commandment and how He countered by asking them a question.