The love of a parent, mentor, friend or lover often bolsters our confidence. But, as we saw last week, God’s love is perfect. And if we truly understand that perfect love, it won’t just make us confident—it will make us fearless.
The book of 1 John claims that love comes from God, and the love that comes from God can provide us with a new beginning to our lives. But far too often, we turn love into our god rather than letting God be the measure by which we understand love. John goes on to point us toward God’s perfect demonstration of his perfect love.
Part three of Brian Habig’s three-part series on the gospel and actions of love from the 2011 Fall Retreat.
Last week, we looked at how central love is to God’s character. But what happens in our own lives when we love the wrong things first? Glenn Hoburg leads us through the objects of such false love, the heart behind that false love and what brings that false love to an end.