How are Christians in romantic relationships to be certain that they love God more than they love their significant other? . . . 1 John 5:21.
In the New Testament, love covers a multitude of sins, but it does not mean that sin is to be ignored or viewed lightly. . . . Deuteronomy 13:6-11.
It is biblical to raise your hands during worship (though certainly not mandated). . . . Galatians 4:6-7.
When it comes to killing sin, view it as dead already in Christ and temptation will lose its hold on you. . . . Genesis 22:2.
In addition to a redefinition of love, we need to know what love is supposed to look like, so that the world can recognize what true Christians look like. . . . John 13:35.
We need a redefinition of love in both our culture and our churches. . . . 1 John 4:8.
The gospel is simple: "Jesus loves you." But what does that really mean? . . . 1 John 3:16.
If our modern worship music better handled the topic of God's love, the church would be better equipped to live in love. . . . Romans 5:6-10.
"Let's all strive to live out our Christian claim with the same ferociousness that consumes our interpersonal relationships." . . . Galatians 5:14.
Whatever we set up as a god in place of Jesus Christ is a violation of the 2nd Commandment. . . . (Westminster Larger Catechism, question 109).