21 Days with Jesus: Day 13 – Love Completely

In dramatic fashion, Jesus demonstrated what it means to love completely in John 13. Even before His death on the cross, the disciples would experience the full extent of His love. Despite knowing that He would be betrayed by one, denied by another and deserted by all His disciples, John tells us that Jesus loved them to the very end.

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Never-Failing Love

It’s easy to wonder where God is when we are hurting. Our pain can deceive us into thinking that somehow God has abandoned us. Even the heroes of faith in the Bible questioned where God was in times of suffering. King David, who wrote most of the Psalms, cried out, “My eyes fail, looking for my God … Where can I find Him?”

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Love Came Down

Love came down to lift us up.  When David encountered God delivering him from the hands of Saul and his enemies, he said, “… You stoop down to make me great.”  Psalm 18:35b David experienced the love of God coming down.  His life was transformed by that love, and he was never the same.

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Love with No Strings Attached

How did Jesus love?  His love was a love with no strings attached.  It didn’t matter the response of the individual or their worth, status or nationality.  He loved everyone!  His love was unconditional.  In fact, there is nothing we can do to make God love us more and nothing we can do to make Him love us less.

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Love Takes Action

Love not only has good intentions, but real love is intentional.  When we believe the lie that love is just a feeling, we’re deceived into thinking that love is a reaction.  The truth is that love is more than a reaction; love takes initiative.

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The Value of Love

President Theodore Roosevelt once said, “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.” Knowledge may impress people, but love will influence them. That’s the value of love! Love is superior to knowledge, faith, sacrifice, and achievements. Without love, none of these great qualities will leave a lasting impact.

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