The Mutual Love of Christ and His People

by Peters Masters

Publisher: Wakeman Trust

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Biblical studies, criticism & exegesis,
  • Christian life & practice,
  • Old Testament,
  • Biblical Meditations - Old Testament,
  • Biblical Studies - Old Testament,
  • Christian Ministry - Discipleship,
  • Christianity - Discipleship,
  • Religion - Biblical Studies,
  • Bible - Meditations - Old Testament
  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages115
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8650984M
    ISBN 10187085540X
    ISBN 109781870855402
    OCLC/WorldCa57033022

A contract can be voided by mutual consent. Therefore, the marriage covenant between a man and a woman is a comprehensive and permanent commitment. This type of marriage covenant was ordained by God to provide believers with a picture of Christ’s love and relationship to His church (Ephesians ; Revelation , 9). Exodus - And the Lord said, Behold, I lay down [afresh the terms of the mutual agreement between Israel and Me] a covenant. Before all your people I will do marvels (wonders, miracles) such as have not been wrought or created in all the earth or in any nation; and all the people among whom you are shall see the work of the Lord; for it is a terrible thing [fearful and full of awe] that I. In the middle of the Bible we find the Song of Songs, a love poem depicting the beauty and -mystery of sexual love in marriage. Through images and metaphors, this poem expresses the mutual love of the Lord and His people, an unbreakable and everlasting courtship and marriage “for Love is strong as Death” (Song ). Contents God’s Plan for Human Love 1 Educating a Pastor 3 “In the beginning ” 5 Creation: A Gift 6 Qe Body Reveals the Person 8 Original Solitude 10 Original Unity 12 Qe Nuptial Meaning of the Body 14 Qe Generative Meaning of the Body Fall and Redemption 19 A Rejection of Love 21 Shame 24 Life in the Perspective of Redemption 27 Christ Fulfills the Meaning of the Body.

He has received the Christ into his inward parts, and all the men on earth, and all the devils in hell, cannot extract Christ from him. Jesus saith, "He that eateth Me, even he shall live by Me." By our sincere reception of Jesus into our hearts, an indissoluble union is established between us and the Lord, and this manifests itself in mutual. The Prophet Joseph Smith “told the brethren that the Book of Mormon was the most correct of any book on earth, and the keystone of our religion, and a man would get nearer to God by abiding by its precepts, than by any other book” (History of the Church, ; Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith, sel. Joseph Fielding Smith, Salt Lake. The same disposition ought to mark the conduct of his servants, especially of the strong towards the weak. The great end in all our actions must be, that God may be glorified; nothing more forwards this, than the mutual love and kindness of those who profess religion. Those that agree in Christ may well agree among themselves. A personal solemn promise of faithful love that involves mutual commitments, such as the sacred agreement between God and his people. In the Old Covenant, God revealed his Law through Moses and prepared his people for salvation. He established a new and .

  The medieval liturgies he drew on in creating his prayer book didn’t mention “mutual society, help, and comfort” or anything of the kind: he chose on his own initiative to add that reason. new resource, tentatively entitled Pastor and People: Making Mutual Ministry Work. This new book will talk not only about the mutual ministry committee, but also about the personnel committee and staff support. Pastor and People: Making Mutual Ministry Work is scheduled for publication in Spring Christ’s teachings were like a beautiful benevolent “virus,” spreading across the world. One further implication of this point is that Christianity is more than just a personal belief in God and Christ; it’s also a connection with other people, based on mutual love and respect (as Lewis argued in Book Three).

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I have always felt somehow embarrassed to read the book of Song of Songs, until I decided to do it with much prayer and ave the companion (so to speak) of Dr. Master's book: The Mutual Love of Christ and His People.

What a blessing. Highly recommended.5/5(1). Book Detail. The Mutual Love of Christ and His People. £ The courtship of the Song of Solomon provides fascinating scenes and events designed to show the love of Christ for His redeemed people, and theirs for Him.

Here, also, are lessons for Christians when they become cold or backslidden, showing the way to recover Christ’s. Reviews mostly by Dr Peter Masters.

The courtship of the Song of Solomon provides scenes and events designed to show the love of Christ for His redeemed people, and theirs for Him. The Mutual Love of Christ and His People The Secret of the Song and Members of the 'Cast' 1. Learning Communion with Christ 2. Prophecy of a New Era 3.

Assurance Lost and Regained 4. Christ Describes His church 5. A Healing View of Christ 6. Love for a Militant Church 7. A Believer's Personal Characteristics 8. A Believer's Hope Epilogue: The. The Love of Christ The Love of Christ is a series of sermons preached on Song of Solomon For Sibbes, this Bible book ‘is nothing else but a plain demonstration and setting forth of the love of Christ to his church, and of the love of the church to Christ’.5/5(6).

NOTE, November My book title has changed from LOVE ETHIC to former focuses on the ethic of love, that is, a standard for thought and behavior based on the principle of Love, while the latter provides more power and clarity by referring to the principle, itself: Love.

The principle, itself, is the largest, or parent, conceptual building block, defining and informing the ethic. The Mutual Love of Christ and His People The Secret of the Song and Members of the 'Cast' 1. Learning Communion with Christ 2.

Prophecy of a New Era 3. Assurance Lost and Regained 4. Christ Describes His church ()Author: Peter Masters. unselfish, mutual, and selfish. The unselfish love is of the highest kind; The lover only minds the welfare of the beloved and does not care for his own sufferings.

In mutual love the lover not only wants The Mutual Love of Christ and His People book happiness of his beloved; but has an eye towards his own happiness also. It is middling. The selfish love is the lowest. It only looks.

The mutual love of Christ and his church. () The hope and calling of the church. () Christ's care of the church, Her faith and hope. () Believers are beautiful, as clothed in the righteousness of Christ; and fragrant, as adorned with the graces of his Spirit; and they thrive under the refreshing beams of the Sun of righteousness.

No one should ever hide their The Mutual Love of Christ and His People book for Jesus Christ because He certainly never shelters His love for His children. Be sure to support the celebrities that support your mutual love for Jesus Christ.

Because of his work on our behalf, Christ knew that joy would be our reward. God would, through Christ and his Spirit, offer us continual fresh communications from the fullness of his blessed being. We will drink from the “rivers of pleasure” and refresh ourselves “in the eternal springs of life, light, and joy forevermore” (Owen, ).

Through Christ, and the power of His Holy Spirit, God wants to speak to you one a one-on-one basis, every day. If you believe that God doesn’t want to speak to you, it’s likely you won’t be.

The union of man and woman in marriage is a mystery because it conceals, as in a parable, a truth about Christ and the church. The divine reality hidden in the metaphor of marriage is that God ordained a permanent union between His Son and the church.

Human marriage is the earthly image of this divine plan. As God willed for Christ and the. The love of Christ for his disciples and for humanity as a whole is a theme that repeats both in Johannine writings and in several of the Pauline Epistles.

Johnwhich begins the narrative of the Last Supper, describes the love of Christ for his disciples: "having loved his own that were in the world, he loved them unto the end."This use of "to the end" in Greek (in which the gospel was. God is Father, Son and Spirit, co-equals united in mutual love and divine essence.

When we remember this, we can understand what Jesus meant when he said that he and the Father and the Spirit are one. The minister gave his Sunday morning service, as usual, but this particular Sunday, it was considerably longer than normal.

The Song of Solomon has also been understood as an illustration of the mutual love of Christ and his church. It is possible that Solomon (tenth century b.c.) is the author ().

However, this verse could mean that the Song was dedicated to Solomon or was written about him, and therefore many scholars regard the book as anonymous. Book of Mormon Videos Episode 1 Episode 2 Collection: Book of Mormon Videos > Mosiah 1— 5; Book of Mormon Videos > Mosiah 11— Video—Translations of the Book of Mormon The light of Jesus Christ from the Book of Mormon is steadily inspiring “every nation, kindred, tongue, and people” with current translations and more to come.

God’s original design for marriage was loving leadership by the husband and willing submission by the wife as his helper. In her book God’s Good Design: What the Bible Really Says about Men and Women, theologian Claire Smith describes God’s original design for the relationship between a husband and wife.

It is one of equality and : Le Ann Trees. He supported marriage in his Ministry (MatthewMark ). It is the Apostle Paul who identifies the marriage of man and woman with the unity of Christ and his Church (Ephesians ).

Marriage provides a solid foundation for romantic love. The union of a man and a woman is natural. A Covenant of Mutual Love. Eph SS Lesson for 08/25/ Devotional Scripture: Col Lesson Background and Key Verse Background from the NIV Standard Lesson Commentary.

Year after year, star-studded romantic comedies are released by Hollywood for public consumption. Our lesson closes with a focus on marriage as a covenant of mutual love. The scripture comes from Paul’s letter to the church in Ephesus.

The verses come from chapter five, which gives instruction about the covenant of marriage in comparison to the relationship between Christ and the church. The book of Ephesians is a book on ecclesiology, or. Paul says this relationship is patterned after Christ’s relationship to His church.

Ephesians “The husband is the head of the wife, as Christ also is the head of the church, as the church is subject to Christ, so also the wives ought to be to their husbands in everything.

Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ also loved. The love of Jesus for His people. By J. Philpot. Love is communicative. This is a part of its very nature and essence.

Its delight is to give, and especially to give itself; and all it desires or asks is a return. To love and to be beloved, to enjoy and to express that ardent and mutual affection by words and deeds; this is love's delight. Christ had a very public persona.

He lived among His people. He began His ministry selecting 12 apostles and sharing His daily life with them. He traveled extensively among the villages, countryside, and a few larger cities.

He slept in their homes, ate with them, cured their sick and castaways, even raised their dead. Bible Verses about Mutual Respect.

But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for his own possession, that you may proclaim the excellencies of him who called you out of darkness into his marvelous light.

as beloved children. And walk in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us, a fragrant. In the last week or two, many of us have had announcements that our churches would not be meeting as usual.

There is a shift for the months ahead where many Christians will be meeting virtually, or not at all. For all of us this raises important theological questions about what we believe the church is, and whether the church continues when we are commanded not to ‘gather’.

Christian Fellowship – Hymns of Dawn No. 23 “(1) Come, let us shout joyfully to Jehovah. Let us shout in triumph to our Rock of salvation. (2) Let us come into his presence with thanksgiving; Let us sing and shout in triumph to him” (Psalm ,2).

“My mouth shall praise Thee with joyful lips” (). Here is a recording of Hymn No. 23 from the “Hymns of Dawn” to aid God’s people. Labels: family values, mutual love, Penelope House 1 comment: ElleJuly 4, at AM Let us not forget the commandment to Love our neighbor as ourself.

This does not sit as well with us as the first commandment to love God without all our mind, heart, and soul. That one makes us feel good, the second one not so much. Several years ago, Sarah received the book Love and Respect, by Emerson Eggerichs,[1] as a Christmas present.

At the time, it went unread, sitting on a bookshelf collecting dust. Then last fall, Sarah picked it up out of curiosity and began reading a chapter. After reading just. Christ dispenses the Spirit from the throne of grace, and all those who are in Christ are indwelt by the Holy Spirit, filled by the Holy Spirit.

There is no human being who can minister the Holy Spirit to another person. Christ ministers the Holy Spirit to His people.

Christ fills, and goes on. This is the model of conjugal love proposed by the Apostle when he says: ‘Men, love your wives, as Christ also loved the Church.’ The love of Christ for His Church was great, not an interested love, but a love which proposed to itself the sole happiness of His spouse” (The Catechism of the Council of Trent, trans.

Fr. J. Donovan.Brotherly kindness - Φιλαδελφιαν· Love of the brotherhood - the strongest attachment to Christ's flock; feeling each as a member of your own body. Charity - Αγαπην· Love to the whole human race, even to your persecutors: love to God and the brethren they had; love to all mankind they must also have.Christians are called to reach into all the world to call people to faith in Christ and to help influence their world, both near and far, for good.

The church is a fellowship of born again persons, committed to mutual love and service, helping one another grow in their Christian lives.