When Paul wrote to the Galatians about the fruit of the Spirit, the first one he listed was love. Read Galatians 5:13-26.
How do you define love? It’s a word we use a lot, but have you ever stopped to think about what it means? Unfortunately, in our society, we find a distorted kind of love that is self-centered. We see romantic movies and think love is about strong emotions and blissful feelings. And when those feelings fade, we think that love has ended. Or we pursue friendships only insofar as our friends do not let us down. But true, Biblical love is selfless, sacrificial, and unconditional—it is not contingent on our feelings or circumstances.
While love is mentioned by Paul as a piece of the fruit of the Spirit, it is also synonymous with the fruit of the Spirit. Why? Because love encompasses all the other characteristics on the list. When we demonstrate a life of Biblical love, as Family, Community, Body of Christ. We invariably express joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. That’s why I pray for someone, as you reflect on this message may you have the grace to practice true Biblical love towards people around you in the name of Jesus Christ (Amen)
I decree and declare upon your life may you reflect Christlike to win soul for His Kingdom in the name of Jesus Christ (Amen)
Have a blissful productive new month with divine mercy in the name of Jesus Christ (Amen)
Prophet Funsho Daniel
Lead Pastor (GVPVTM, UK)
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