When you genuinely connect with the fact and the power of the scripture of Jesus Christ, you recognize that many things that are taught are nothing greater than humanistic religious beliefs.

Loving Others As Jesus Loves Us (Gospel Snapshots).

In some cases my spirit sinks when I hear specific things preached. When you genuinely get in touch with the truth as well as the power of the scripture of Jesus Christ, you recognize that so many things that are preached are absolutely nothing more than humanistic religion. It is with the topic, ‘loving others,’– or also better, ‘loving others as Jesus likes us.’ A preacher can go anywhere with the subject of caring others. Check out this page here – https://www.pinterest.com/fruitsoftheholyspirit/bible-verses-about-change/

And have you seriously pondered ‘caring others as Jesus likes us’? Believing the teaching that we can enjoy like God loves, comes close to spiritual absurdness!

Jesus does SAY we should like others the way he enjoys us (John 15:12). There is a sense in which we can at the very least BEGIN caring others the method Jesus loves us. Also read more here – Bible Verses About Change

HOW does Jesus enjoy us? Jesus accepts us as we are– no matter how bad we are. Jesus does not require that we ‘tidy up our act’ before he enjoys us.

All of us need to transform! None people is perfect … “No, not one.” Simply ask a person close to you if you question whether you require to change or not. We ALL must alter! It is not needs, expectations or condemnation that changes us. God’s love adjustments us– by NOT enforcing demands as well as expectancies upon us!

If we don’t experience God’s love and approval, we feel he is requiring and essential. Also usually we live by a kind of ‘reverse gold guideline’– we do unto others as we perceive God does it unto us.

Are you going to accept those near you the way Jesus approves us– with no strings connected? It’s not easy to let go of our needs and also expectations, but this IS what God provides for us. This IS loving others as Jesus loves us.

And have you seriously considered ‘caring others as Jesus loves us’? Jesus does SAY we need to like others the means he loves us (John 15:12). There is a feeling in which we can at least BEGIN loving others the means Jesus loves us. Jesus doesn’t demand that we ‘clean up our act’ prior to he enjoys us. God’s love changes us– by NOT enforcing demands and also spans upon us!