Psalm 55.14 (RSV)
We used to hold sweet converse together; within God's house we walked in fellowship.
We have begun a series titled “Love is…” this past Sunday. And knowing that love is such a big subject to cover we are going to spend the next 5 weeks talking about it using I John as our primary scripture. That tiny little book at the back of our New Testament is written as a word of reassurance that to love is to act.
Our first in the series was titled: “Love is Fellowship.”* Fellowship is more than just hanging out with one another. Fellowship is finding ways to include others. Fellowship is breaking down the barriers to belonging together and to God. Fellowship looks out for the best in another person even if you just met that person. Fellowship, I wholeheartedly believe, is one of the most enduring and beautiful characteristics of LPCC. It’s part of our DNA to be generous with our lives and with one another.
Knowing that love is bigger than fellowship, next we look at “Love is Righteous” and together we will deepen our imaginations of what it means to have an active love.
Grace and peace,
*(If you missed it or want to hear it again look under the tab “This Week’s Message”)
More info about I John can be found at https://www.enterthebible.org/newtestament.aspx?rid=62.
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