Cornerstone

“Love is most accurately understood and communicated not when it is explained, but when it is experienced.”
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April 5th, 2020

In times of uncertainty and crisis, more than anything we need to be reminded of the truth of who God.  But we need to know more than just about God.  We need to know God himself.  To know God is to be loved, because God is love.  This week we look at exactly what that means, and how it gives us comfort and hope in the midst of any storm.

Application Questions:

  1. What sources, other than Scripture, tend to inform your functional definition of love?

  2. How is God's love different than what the world calls "love"?

  3. What is one thing you can that would help you be reminded of the love of God each day this week?

  4. What is one way you can love someone in your house, apartment, or apartment building with Christ-like love.

  5. What is one way you can love someone outside of your home with Christ-like love?

  6. Who do you know that needs to be reminded of God's love for them this week?  How will you try to help remind them?

Scott Mehl

Scott serves the church by overseeing leadership, development, global ministries, and counseling/discipleship.

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