Making Room to Live in Love Mark 12:28-34. “ All people will know that you are my disciples if you love one another ” -John 13:35. What does it mean to live in a place of love? . Shema.
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Making Room to Live in Love Mark 12:28-34
“All people will know that you are my disciples if you love one another” -John 13:35
“It ain't those parts of the Bible that I can't understand that bother me, it is the parts that I do understand [that bother me].” -Mark Twain
You have loved us first, O God! We speak of it in terms of history as if You loved us first but a single time, but You have loved us first many times and everyday and our whole life through. When we wake up in the morning and turn our soul toward You--You are there first--You have loved us first; if I rise at dawn and at that same second turn my soul toward You in prayer, You are there ahead of me, You have loved me first. When I withdraw from the distractions of the day and turn my soul toward You, You are there first and thus forever. And we speak ungratefully as if You have loved us first only once. -Soren Kierkegaard
The outstretched arms of Jesus exclude no one, not the drunk in the doorway, the panhandler on the street, gays and lesbians in their isolation, the most selfish and ungrateful in their cocoons, the most unjust of employers and the most overweening of snobs. The love of Christ embraces all without exception. – Brennan Manning