The Greatest Goal

Episode 1 June 21, 2021 00:43:37
The Greatest Goal
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The Greatest Goal
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Chris Wall • 1 Corinthians 13:1-8

This first message sets the stage for the entire series. From the very beginning, let’s get to the heart of the matter. Love isn’t a feeling. Love is a decision to
do something that reflects the character of God toward someone else even when they don’t deserve it. It is a decision to reflect the character toward God toward someone else even when you don’t feel it. Love is a decision to take an action that reflects what God would do, not what you would do, not what public opinion says to do – what God would do.

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