...Walk in love, as Christ also hath loved us, and hath given Himself for us an offering and a sacrifice to God for sweet-smelling savor.
Tuesday's message focus discussion was love your enemy, but today's focus is walking in love just as Christ showed love before and after His earthly ministry as He was the final revelation of God the Father who is love.
That said, our scripture text explains why Christ did what He did for all mankind. He was obedient to His Father unto the end. When God the Father looks at believers He sees the righteousness of His Son Jesus who through His shed blood gave all believers a right standing with the Father.
Believers are commanded to love as well as walk in love emulating the love of God; this is so the world will know whose we are, which is a holy nation of royal priests in God's family.
Believers show that they are walking in love by presenting their bodies as living sacrifices holy unto God through our reasonable service to Him (Romans 12:1). That being said, believers are instruments of righteousness who have been created in the newness of Christ Jesus our Lord and Savior.
We as believers get back what we give out; if we show love then love will return to us double fold.
There is no greater love than the love of God; so walk therein.
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