Love Your Neighbor As Yourself

Love your Neighbor as yourself.

1. The command to "love your neighbor as yourself" is found in an incredible context that helps us understand the entire plan of God.  Mt 22:36-40, Mt 7:7-12, Rom 13:8-10, Rom 8:3-4

 

2. The command to " love your neighbor as yourself" is designed by God to help you transform your self-love into God-love that then becomes the measure and content of your neighbor-love.  Mt 22:36-40, Mt 7:7-12, Rom 13:8-10, Rom 8:3-4

Love Your Neighbor As Yourself

1. The context of this command helps us to understand and fulfill God's plan for our lives. (Matthew 22:36-40; 7:7-12; Romans 13:8-10; 8:3-4)

2. This command helps us transform our self-love into God-love that becomes the measure of our neighbor-love. (Matthew 22:36-40; 7:7-12; Romans 13:8-10; 8:3-4)

Love Your Neighbor as Yourself

1. The context of this command helps us to understand and fulfill God's plan for our lives. Matthew 22:36-40; Matthew 7:7-12; Romans 13:8-10; 8:3-4

2. This command exposes the root of our sinfulness and helps us transform our self-love into God-love that becomes the measure of our neighbor-love.  Matthew 22:37-40; 7:7-12; Romans 13:8-10; 8:3-4

Love Your Neighbor As Yourself

1. The command to "love your neighbor as yourself" is found in an incredible context that helps us understand the entire plan of God. Matthew 22:36-40; 7:7-12; Romans 13:8-10; 8:3-4

2. The command to "love your neighbor as yourself" is designed by God to help us transform our self-love into God-love that then becomes the measure and content of our neighbor-love. Matthew 22:36-40; 7:7-12; Romans 13:8-10; 8:3-4


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