By this all men will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another.”
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Material Using this Verse
This lesson continues the discussion on Christian ethics and how various elements come together to establish a Christian "Standard" for life and morality. (Colossians 3:12-17)
After Paul's brief greeting the Apostle sets forth in prayer the manner in which he directs the Philippians to pursue spiritual development and its ultimate result. (Philippians 1:1-11)
This section of the epistle describes the proper response to God's offer of salvation and the blessings attached to it, the first of which is to maintain the unity of the Spirit. (Ephesians 4:1-16)
Paul continues to describe the proper response of the saved to God in the form of righteous living. (Ephesians 4:17-5:14)
In this third and final lesson, Mike explores the concept of Biblical love and answers the question, "Why is love greater than faith or hope?"
In II Peter, the Apostle writes a final letter before his execution in Rome, and in it, he instructs the church concerning the spiritual development they must have to truly experience the Christian life and hope of heaven. (II Peter 1:1-11)
In the fourth chapter of this epistle, Paul will both warn Timothy about the apostasy to come and the false teaching that cause it and remind the young evangelists about the ministry for which he is responsible. (I Timothy 4:1-16)
In this second lesson, Mike describes in detail the first of the spiritual fruit developed by God's Holy Spirit in man which is love.
EQ (Emotional quotient) and IQ (Intelligence Quotient) measure various parts of our personality and thinking but to be a well rounded Christian we must also measure our LQ (Love Quotient) (Galatians 5:13-14)