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Emphasis Preaching Journal

Although not referring directly to... -- 1 John 4:7-21 -- Fifth Sunday of Easter - B -- 2003
Although not referring directly to Jesus' command to love one another, Albert Schweitzer did sum up
We know we ought to... -- 1 John 4:7-21 -- Fifth Sunday of Easter - B -- 2003
We know we ought to love one another, and this includes loving our neighbor as ourself.
The most often memorized statement... -- 1 John 4:7-21 -- Fifth Sunday of Easter - B -- 2000
The most often memorized statement in 1 John is from 4:16, "God is love." It is more than a theologi
God defines the nature of... -- 1 John 4:7-21 -- Fifth Sunday of Easter - B -- 1997
God defines the nature of love by his very action of sending Jesus Christ to a world that has rebell
In one of the many... -- 1 John 4:7-21 -- Fifth Sunday of Easter - B -- 1994
In one of the many philosophies he had explored during his college years he had come across the idea
Dr. Eddie Fox tells the... -- 1 John 4:7-21 -- Fifth Sunday of Easter - B -- 1994
Dr. Eddie Fox tells the story of two little boys whose pictures appeared in a newspaper.

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