George Haraksin - January 24, 2016

How Do We Love: God (Week 1)

How do we love God? God does not need our love, yet He commands it. The Ten Statements (a.k.a. Commandments) in Exodus, Deuteronomy, and reaffirmed by Jesus in Matthew 22:37 state that the greatest and foremost command is to "love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind." Why are we commanded to love God when he does not need it? What does "love" mean when it is centered on a wholly perfect God?How can we love God with our head, heart, and hands? What clues do we find in the life of Jesus that helps teach us how to love God? Does it matter more or less when we love God "as a community/church"?

Scripture References: Exodus 20:1-17, Deuteronomy 5:4-21, Matthew 22:36-40

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George Haraksin - May 22, 2016

PSALMS: A Playlist for Living (Week 8)

Psalm 111 describes God and Psalm 112 shows how his people come to resemble their God. We were made in His “image” (Genesis 1: 27). That means we were made to relate to him and reflect back to him his own character. In other words, “we become like the things we love most.” And we are made to love God most, become like Him, and act like Him in this world and the next.

Scripture References: Psalms 111:1-10, Psalms 112:1-10

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