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Royal Road of Love, The

God's love is the missing ingredient in many of our relationships. Many of them are merely perfunctory and unfortunately erode over time. In 1 Corinthians 13, Paul paints a picture of what true love is and what it is not. Throughout the text, Paul shows us that true love has many facets and explains it in both positive and negative terms. He tells us our love for others is meant to be a mirror of Christ's love for us. This series looks at what true love really is, highlighting how we can learn to let love govern our personal relationships.

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5/6/2001
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The Royal Road of Love
1 Corinthians 12:27-13:13
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Today, we begin a new series based on perhaps Paul the Apostle's most famous literary work, 1 Corinthians 13. This "chapter of love" is one of the most beautiful, most needed, and most misunderstood sections of the New Testament. As we survey this plot of scriptural real estate together, my hope is that God will work within each of us a heart of mature love—love that is unconditional, sacrificial, and satisfying!
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5/13/2001
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The Missing Ingredient
1 Corinthians 13:1-3
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Imagine having a simplified cake mix with only one requirement—"Just add water"—only to find that the city turned off your water supply! The simple instructions now become frustrating because you're missing only one ingredient: water. What water is to your recipe, love is to the Christian believer—without it you have only dust and crumbs! In this second message in our series on real love, we discover the preeminence of this ingredient.
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5/20/2001
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Five Facets on the Diamond of Love
1 Corinthians 13:4
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The splendor of a fine jewel is due to the summation of all its attributes. Love is no different. To define real love is difficult; to describe love is much easier. That's what Paul does for us here. Like spinning a diamond and examining its fine markings, he looks at agape love under the magnifying glass of its own characteristics. Today, we turn the light onto one verse and see five facets of this exquisite gem.
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5/27/2001
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So Easy to Say, So Hard to Do!
1 Corinthians 13:5-6
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In the movie classic Fiddler On The Roof, Tevye, the husband and main character, gently asked his wife, Golde, in song, "Do you love me?" Her response was very pragmatic and evidential. She explained that since she has been committed for over 25 years to him in marriage and serves him around the house that her love is sure. How can we tell that we are people of love? What is the proof? How do loving people act around other people? These verses tell us.
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6/17/2001
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Love 101: A Mid Term Exam
1 Corinthians 13:7-8
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Many of our kids have just finished their school year. No more homework and no more tests to take. But not so in life! Our education never really ends. We're taught lessons every day and those lessons are often accompanied by tests—opportunities to demonstrate if we've learned the necessary material. Today let's take a test to see how well we stack up in the area of Christian love.
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6/24/2001
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The Main Thing is the Greatest Thing
1 Corinthians 13:8-13
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You've heard the old saying, "The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing!" The whole premise of this thirteenth chapter to the Corinthians is that love is the main thing. But why is it so? And why should it be always cultivated and maintained in any relationship or friendship? Because, says Paul, it is the greatest thing of all!
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There are 6 messages in this series.