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  1. John who offered to call fire down on the Samaritans or a John transformed calling for unconditional love to all no matter who.
    Am I walking with Christ or have I submitted to him.
    Thank you bwana William for this, a big shot in the arm for me.
    Be blessed.

    Amen!(3)
  2. Thank you William for the powerful lesson, we pray that God will implant a His love in our hearts to love our fellow men even if their bad. God bless you.

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  3. Excellent discourse William.

    "Some churches have the truth, but they don’t have the Spirit."

    I genuinely wonder if the imbalanced and misplaced emphasis upon truth/doctrine divorced from the Spirit (of self-renouncing love) has anything to do with a church that sees itself already as The Remnant?

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  4. Dwight Nelson wrote a very good book called the 11th commandment and it’s an expansion of John 13:34-35. 34. “A new understanding of Moses’ command I give you: Love one another as I have loved you—freely, not from a sense of obligation, but from a renewed heart of true regard and concern for one another, genuinely loving others more than yourself. 35. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, because you will practice my methods and principles of selfless love for one another.” (Remedy Bible) In these two verses JESUS commands us, three times in succession, to love one another as HE has loved us. HE gave HIS life for people that killed HIM! I believe that how we treat our fellow travelers is the primary indication of how much we love God!… Royce

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