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Love

• Greg Boyd

This Christmas Eve, Greg reads us the story of a little lamb and how that lamb’s love plays into the Christmas story. Instead of seeing a God who only works in power and looks a lot like humans, we see a unique beauty in the story of Jesus about a God of grace and gentleness.

Topics: Love, Power, Sacrifice


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5 thoughts on “Love

  1. Paul Pinos says:

    Is it just me or have the last 3 sermons only had sound coming out of the right channel?

  2. Dave Pritchard says:

    For some reason it seems at least from this end, that the posting of this message was out of sequence with what was earlier in the series beforehand (?) Nevertheless, what a great “Post-Christmas” present for those of us in “Podrishionerland”!!! Greg’s is so on target with this message! It’s incredibly hard to shake off and let go of those inculcated clichéd stereotypes about God that some of us were brought up with, especially around the holidays. Nothing against “Hallmark” of course, but I think if I see another twee or namby-pamby Christmas card, I’m going to have trouble keeping down my eggnog.

  3. Slava says:

    Would love if Greg had a chance to answer this one:
    I totally belive in love, and that God is love, and Jesus a perfect expression of God/love, and so to love people around us, increasingly – is the only way to live.
    My question is – what about riding loud motorbikes? Is that a ‘show of power/agressiveness’? What about MMA fighters? What about people who train in MMA / JiuJitsu (I’m thinking about it)?
    What about two best friends punching each other regularly and laughing about it? What about chess – attack is the best form of defence? I’m wrestling with all of these issues and hoping to find a Godly healthy perspective. 🙂 Thanks!

  4. Andrew Langbehn says:

    Hey Slava,

    Those are some good questions. However, Greg doesn’t always have time to answer questions on the website. If you’d like, you can email your question to info@whchurch.org, and we can find a staff person to answer the question or submit it to our Q+A weekends.

    Hope that helps,

    Andrew

  5. Slava says:

    thanks, will email. Q&A would be pretty cool. When is the next one?

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