Love is Forever

Episode 8 August 10, 2021 00:00:00
Love is Forever
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Love is Forever
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Misael Gonzalez • 1 Corinthians 13:7-13 NIV

Everything in this world has an ending. But God, the complete embodiment of love, is forever. Though our physical and mental states wither away, God’s nature and character will never change. The extravagant love of God challenges us because it gives us more than we deserve, and it takes us further than we want to go.

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