Loving People Even When They Are Weird!
Part 3 - Radical LoveMattthew 5:43-48
As if loving our neighbor wasn't hard enough and loving our families was not a challenge, Jesus Christ takes the concept of love to a Radical level in his command from Matthew 5. In this sermon, we will ask three questions - I. Who is your emeny? II. Why should we love our enemies? and III. How should we love our enemies? Jesus was truly radical in the truths that he taught and the life that he lived and the way he died - in this red letter truth he cuts to the heart of our faith and our spiritual life by calling us to love even our enemies.
At the conclusion of this sermon, I have added a couple of songs from our worship team led by Micah Williams, our worship leader. These songs are for you to enjoy as you consider the awe of the one who paid it all.
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