Love Endures All Things

In 2 Corinthians 6:4-6, Paul speaks about commending ourselves (making ourselves trustworthy/acceptable) for ministry in all things. What did you learn this week about what it takes for love to endure?

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  1. This week I learned how love endures for the sake of the lost and how we need to endure through our lack of understanding of his ways. He showed me that sometimes he won’t show me the full picture to test my faith in Him.

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  2. This week I learned that worldly love is very circumstantial and that allowed me to see how unconditional Jesus’ Love is for us. I learned that through everything he endures through and still loves us. In the same sense, He lives inside of us and so does his love so we also need to endure long with others at all times.

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  3. Love is a wonderful thing but it’s not an easy thing. To have true love it needs to be able to endure through anything. God’s love for me has endured my whole life no matter what. No matter if I didn’t want anything to do with him or If I was completely in Love with Him. My Love for him needs to be able to endure through anything and everything just like his does for me. That’s true love, when it endures.

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  4. This week I learned about how Love endures. I’ve come to realize how much God endures with my failures and loves me through it all; knowing that. I am compelled to love others regardless of their failures. Because Christ has forgiven me so much I understand that I am just like everyone else and I can’t get upset when others fail me, but only love them through it like Christ loved me.

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  5. THIS WEEK FOR me was probably the most impactful week I have had this term. In the past I have always thought of endured as something I was putting up with or as a negative. This week I learned how to endure with joy. How with Christ in my heart and as my focus I am growing in relationship no matter what I am walking through. I am grateful the Lord endures with me and that I now know how not to look at the end but endure with joy alongside the Lord.

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  6. Love endures. This week, to endure love was a new lesson for me. It was a good time, but very hard. Now I know how much more I have to learn to endure with love. Also in the times when it’s pretty hard, God is love and he will lead me.

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  7. In light of 2 Cor 6:4-6, this week I’ve learned how vital it is to endure with Love. In fact, if love is not your motivator, then you’re enduring is useless. Love endures, that’s what love does.

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  8. This week I learned that love endures the dying of self for the glory of the risen and almighty God. And that through much patience, by his strength alone, He blesses his beloved children with the gift of his overwhelmingly beautiful, merciful, loving, healing, joyful, and satisfying presence, nothing can compare.

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  9. Love; to endure is not easy especially when freedom is taken away from you. That’s when love is being defined by the condition of your heart and when your heart is not right, how can you endure all things? Without true love from the Lord nothing matters. There is no integrity, respect, loyalty, diligence or love, therefore there is no Hope.

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  10. There are characteristics that come out while walking in the new man. It’s not necessarily easier but with God he grants me the provision to see all things through. It’s probably the best thing I’ve come to learn while being at Patmos and walking through life’s trials.

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  11. This week I learned that Love endures through the hard times. It doesn’t matter if the person gains something from the enduring. It only matters if it is done in love. Love puts others before themselves even if that means death. John 15:13 says “Greater love has no one than this to lay down one’s life for his friends. I am nothing. Jesus paid it all and all to him I owe. If that means tribulations, sleeplessness, etc. I must endure because of his love for me.

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  12. In connection to 2 Corinthians 6:4-6, I learned that love enduring looks like identifying with Christ in his sufferings, in order to also experience him in his glory. As we allow God to use circumstances in life to expose us to ourselves, God leads us back to himself as the way, the truth and the life. Love endures, looks like finding my identity in God and putting on his character. Love enduring, looks like living from a position of gratitude and praise.

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  13. Love endures when I’m willing to long suffer, be patient and face hardship with another. It’s humbling myself through reverence to God’s righteousness that I fall so short of. Enduring in love is fervently praying for and seeking out the lost; serving others as an out pour of love for Christ without the expectation of praise or reward. The Lord gave me this verse to meditate on this week “Be kindly affectionate to one another with brotherly love…not lagging in diligence, fervent in Spirit. Serving the Lord; rejoicing in hope, patient in tribulation, continuing steadfastly in prayer” (Romans 12:10-12) Jesus endured the cross in this way- In love.

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  14. I’ve learned to never lose trust in Him through any situation to see others greater then ourselves to know what satan uses for bad God eventually uses for good. I also believe that God wants us to see what He values and not what this world values(Romans 12:2). If He is the Potter and knows all then He already sees it’s beauty and it’s worth. To love others I must believe that through any season of molding in God’s eyes they are already this beautiful vessel for Jesus is the author and Perfector of our faith but the one thing ive taken away in this season is knowing that God loves me more then words could explain. So “i decided” letting it not be an emotion but His truth. Living a life of adventure as i continue to be obedient to his word letting it dwell deep inside and building my relationship with the Holy Spirit, not even death could separate me from the love my heavenly father has for me and everyone else. Don’t flog others but direct there eyes back at the Lamb the savior the one that died for us at the cross where it was all laid down at calvary it is finished He said! Thank you Jesus, let’s bring glory to you each day amen! John the Baptist: I must be less so he can be more.

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