What if life as a believer was lived from one source, and that source was the life of Jesus?
And what if I lived a lifestyle where my doctrine was one of love?
And what if my theology was God is love? What if the bible was God's revelation of love?
How different would life be, and how then would my view, my perceptions, and my perspective be radically altered?
How would my relational encounters change? How would my view of the institutional church change?
What if all institutional 'churches' changed their mission statement and altered their vision to one of: "Love your neighbor as yourself" and then began to formulate every action, every deed, and every 'program' by this vision?
What would happen if each believer, each group, and every gathering manifested this radical life-altering model of love that Jesus lived, was crucified and killed for?
What would happen if we as the 'church' became the distinct people of a holy God whose motivations and passion exemplified the revolutionary love that ignites both servitude and anger?
What would happen if we as God's royal priesthood sought to live in the new covenant way in the calling upon our lives to 'bear one another's burdens' and to support, encourage, and confront one another from Jesus as our love-life?
How would our beliefs, biases, prejudices, and concepts of God and others become different?
If we held love as our constant and our thoughts, will, hopes, dreams, goals, aspirations, and vision were guided by God's love and Jesus' life as our divine source as life - what then?
If the gospel of Jesus is that God is love, period, what if anything is being added to this?
Are we as believers of Christ presenting a biblical model of fellowship and displaying a way of living when we gather that manifests the kingdom of God on earth in the way we as the community of His people relate with one another and the outer lying world?
What is this love? What does it look like? How can we live this faith in this radical love and distinct way of being as life? How do we as God's created and desired ones move in all we do and in all we think and in all we plan and in all we consider in and by this love?
What would our inside gathering look like, and what would we as a community look like if we held love as our only way of being?
And what if love is God and God is love?