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Romans 12:1-21 (Romans 12:1-21)

Joe Dillon, Interim Pastor, February 16, 2020
Part of the Let The Church be the Church series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

Let the Church be the Church
Romans 12:1-21

Church; a group of dissimilar people with differing opinions and personalities. It is an opportunity for disagreement that leads to conflict or conversely it is a group of people who have made the choice(s) that what binds them together in Christ is stronger than that which would pull them apart.
The Love one another’s
• Love one another, John 13:34-35
• Encourage one another, 1 Thessalonians 5:11
• Be kind and compassionate to one another, Ephesians 4:32
• Forgive one another, Ephesians 4:32
• Don’t provoke or envy one another, Galatians 5:26
• Accept and forgive one another, Colossians 3:13
• Don’t bite and devour one another, Galatians 5:15
• Be hospitable to one another, 1 Peter 4:9
• Submit to one another, Ephesians 5:21
• Confess your sins to one another, James 5:16

1. Love in the church is an act of worship. Romans 12:1-2

2. Love is a mindset. Romans 12:3-8

3. Doing life together. Romans 12:9-21

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