May 5, 2019

Dario Agnolutto • 1 Corinthians 13:1-7

From the series: Dear Church

Paul made it fairly straight forward for his readers that without love, we are nothing.  He had just finished emphasizing the "oneness" of the body of Christ in the Church where he pointed out the importance of each part of the body and our need for one another.  It would appear that some people in the Corinthian church felt as though some gifts were of greater significance than others.  In this context, Paul puts everything into God's perspective and reminds them, no gift is worth anything apart from love, the highest and greatest of any calling of the faith we have in Jesus.  In fact, love is the defining characteristic of those who would call themselves Christian.  In this message, we will be looking at what the love of Christ will look like in the church that is exhibiting it.

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