• Patient & Kind by

    Any honest Christian will confess that patience is a virtue that is in short supply. So, what is the standard for patience? What does patience look like in action? Is it merely enduring a difficult or bothersome situation without complaining …

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  • Rejoices in the Truth by

    At what cost do we maintain relationships in the church? What can love overlook to preserve unity? Perhaps we should put away all things that divide us and focus on the commandment Jesus gave us to love one another. In …

  • Rejoices Not in Evil by

    The Apostle Paul encourages us to rejoice in all things… except one. Continuing this series on “Love,” Dr. Sproul takes us to the book of Romans as he explains in no uncertain terms that love “Rejoices Not in Evil.”

  • The Consummation of Love by

  • The Indwelling Power of Love by

    When the Holy Spirit indwells a believer, He does not move in empty-handed—he brings something else with him. “So what is it?” you might ask. Whatever it is, he brought it because we didn’t have it. It reflects …

  • The Practice of Love by

    Scripture describes love as an attribute of God, and because of that, it is a fruit of the Spirit. As first Corinthians thirteen describes, “Love is perfect.” But as we look around, and particularly at our selves, perfection is hard …

  • The Priority of Love by

    Love…what is it? Jesus gave His people a tall order to fulfill. We are to love our brothers, our neighbors, our enemies, and, of course, we are to God love with all of our heart, soul, mind, and strength …

  • Thinks No Evil by

    Scripture teaches that love thinks no evil, and as Christians we are called to reach for that perfect standard of love described in the Bible. But we read in the Bible more than once that Jesus rebuked the Scribes, Pharisees …