I can hardly believe that we are at the end of the True Love Bible Reading Summary week 4! This reading plan has been such a blessing to me personally as the reminders of God’s love for us and how our love for others should show. Let’s take a look at this week’s reminders. The thoughts below are the key takeaways I had after reading the daily passage. Don’t forget I’d love to read about what you’ve been learning too!
1 Peter 4:1-8
Love covers a multitude of sin. It surely does. And if all we remember is that one thought today, it can change everything!
I don’t know how sinful dragonflies are, but love covers them too!
1 Peter 3:8-12
Unity. Christians, we are all in this together. We love the Gospel of Jesus Christ and want to share it. So let’s love each other and others!
Christ as the head leads us to grow in love. When each part of the body listens to the Spirit living inside of us, then there is unity. Oh the power of his love!!
This passage is so rich. The love of Jesus cannot be measured and he emptied himself for us. I think the highlight for me in this Scripture reading is that love is humble. It acts in humility. I’ve been pondering this for a few days off and on.
So Paul lists some beautiful traits we should possess as Christians in today’s #truelove #biblereading Kindness, humility, meekness, and patience, bearing with one another and, forgiveness. But the thread that ties it all together? Love. Seems simple enough, yet life (and people) can be so unlovely. We shouldn’t confuse unlovely with unlovable. God’s love supernaturally loves everyone. So this is how we love the largest- through His power. Now go love somebody!
I wonder what would happen if when we dressed each morning, we envisioned a beautiful braid of love connecting us to all those who cross our paths.
I was confused for many years about why Christians should obey God’s Word. Somehow I thought you did it just because it was the right thing to do. But without love, as we’ve discovered all month in the #truelove #biblereading challenge, we have nothing. We obey BEcAUSE we love!
As the Father has loved me, so have I loved you. Abide in my love…. John 15:9
And that’s my short summary for this week! What did you learn? I’d love to read about it today in the comments. Happy Friday, Friends!
In order to finish out the Bible reading summaries for the True Love Bible reading plan, I’m adding them here rather than creating a separate post since we’ve already begun the Genuine Faith Plan this week! Here we go:
1 John 3:1-5
1 Cor. 13:1-7
It was so difficult to choose just one phrase from the first 7 verses of 1 Corinthians 13! So much to meditate on.#truelove #biblereading #biblejournaling#bibleartjournaling #noteworthytruth#illustratedfaith Tomorrow is the last day of the True Love Bible reading plan. Tuesday we will begin the #genuinefaith plan!
1 Cor. 13:8-13
That sums up the True Love Bible reading summary! I really loved this reading plan and would encourage anyone who needs to remember how much God loves us, to dive into this plan.
By his grace,