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Do Your Words Show Brotherly Love?

In her latest message, "Take Me Back Dear Lord", guest speaker, Evangelist Linda Temple brought a powerful message about brotherly love and the damage we can cause with our words. Drawing on scripture from Hebrews 13:1-8 and Romans 8:1, Evangelist Temple reminded us that we are all brothers and sisters in Christ, and that our words have the power to build up or tear down.

As she passionately shared her message, Evangelist Temple challenged us to examine our hearts and minds and consider the impact of our words on those around us. Too often, we take for granted the power of our speech and the way it can hurt others. We use our tongues to criticize, gossip, and tear down others rather than building them up in love and encouragement.

But as Evangelist Temple pointed out, we have a responsibility to use our words wisely and to show love and kindness to those around us, even when it's hard. In fact, our very salvation depends on it. As Romans 8:1 reminds us, "There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus, who do not walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit."

So, let's take a moment to examine our hearts and minds and ask God to help us use our words for good. Let's commit to building up our brothers and sisters in Christ and showing love and kindness to all. Together, we can create a community of faith that shines brightly with the love of God.

To put Evangelist Temple's message into action, here are three points to help you cultivate kindness and compassion in your relationships with others.

  1. Be honest. Integrity is at the core of a strong character. Make a commitment to always tell the truth, even when it's difficult.

  2. Be kind. Showing kindness to others, even when they don't deserve it, is a powerful way to develop your character.

  3. Be persistent. Don't give up when things get tough. Instead, keep pushing forward and trust that God has a plan for your life.

Remember, you may be picked on and talked about, but your character is what can get you out. Focus on developing a strong, resilient character, and you'll be able to overcome any obstacle that comes your way.

In conclusion, let us keep in mind that our character is everything. No matter what challenges we face, we have the power to choose how we respond. By focusing on developing a strong, resilient character, we can rise above our circumstances and become the people God has called us to be.

🌟Be sure to listen to the entire message and study the whole chapter of the reference scriptures in your spare time.

📖 Reference Scriptures for your study this week:

🌟Hebrews 13:1-8

🌟Romans 8:1


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