Systematic Theology: Lesson 18, Part 5: The Doctrine of God’s Love (54:17)

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Lesson 5: What does God’s love mean for me? (Part 2)

In John 13-15 Jesus teaches us to love one another and to loose ourselves for His sake.  How do we begin to put the love of God into practice? How will we endure in it?

To listen to Lesson 4 (Part 1) click here.

“O love, how high thy glories swell!

How great, immutable and free!

Ten thousand sins, as black as hell,

Are swallowed up, O love in thee!

 

Loved, when a wretch defiled with sin,

At war with heaven,

In league with hell,

A slave to every lust obscene;

Who, living, lived but to rebel.

 

Believer, here thy comfort stands –

from first to last salvation is free.

An everlasting love demands an

everlasting song from thee.”

– author unknown

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Systematic Theology: Lesson 18, Part 5: The Doctrine of God’s Love (54:17)

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