2 Cor. 5, 14-17   1 comment

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I.  Love is the moving power in all Christian service.  Nothing else is sufficient to hold one true under the trials that come.

II.  “The love of Christ”–His love for us.  Who that has been drawn to Him can forget His great love?  What a magnet it is!

III.  His love in our hearts begets love for others, till we desire to share it with them.  It constrains us to seek to help others.

IV.  This love manifested by us wins others to Him.  Our disinterested love draws others as a magnet.

Hence to have this love reeling in our hearts is our great need and our sufficiency.

His love in our hearts constrains us to do His will to seek the lost.

GEORGE WASHINGTON BARRETT

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