Loving One Another in the Church
Loving One Another in the Church
Romans 13:8-10
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Sunday Morning Service,  November 15, 2009

The Bible instructs members of the body of Christ to love one another. However, unless our love is intentional, we lack a necessary ingredient for obedience to this foundational command. What does the exhortation, “Love one another,” imply for us in this text?

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