Contributed on Jun 24, 2014
The Bible can be summed up in two basic commands -- love God and love your neighbor.
Contributed on Jul 2, 2014
The "Shema" (Deuteronomy 6.4) is packed full of meaning and depth. No wonder Jesus quotes it in regard to the greatest command! In this lesson we consider God speaking and whether or not we are listening (i.e., obeying).
Contributed on Jul 10, 2014
The magi brought the child, Jesus three symbolic gifts. These gifts can be interpreted in light of the greatest command as a pledge of allegiance to him.
Contributed on Jul 15, 2014
Loving God involves more than warm fuzzy feelings. It involves an outward display -- in our actions. Jewish people use objects as reminders of this truth.
Contributed on Jul 28, 2014
We wrestle with the question of to whom we are obligated to do good. Jesus makes it clear that we are obligated to all those in our path.
Contributed on Aug 7, 2014
We are to love. We are to love our neighbor. We are to love our neighbor as we love OURSELVES.