We Will Love Each Other by Frank Pollard

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Broadcast on THE BAPTIST HOUR, March 11, 1993, by Dr. Frank Pollard of Jackson, Mississippi
'ye Will Love Each Other
Text: John 13:34-35
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There was a man who had been working at a company for before it happened. All of them would run and simply have nothing
fifteen years. One day, as he passed the boss' office, he realized that to do with Him during the next hours, the hardest hours of His li fe.
the boss didn't look too busy. So he said, "I've wanted to ask you His words come from a broken heart, almost like a death bed
about something. I have really enjoyed working here for the past statement, and they are heavy words, important words. At this
fifteen years, but what is it that we really do around here?" crucial moment He said, "A new command I give to you, love one
another as I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this
WHAT ARE WE DOING HERE? all men will know that you are My disciples if you love one another."
This is a fact: When we love Him, we will love each other. He said,
How long have you been going to church without thinking "This is a new commandment." Is it new?
about what we've really been doing here? Do you need to get focused
on what it means to be a part of the church of the Lord Jesus Christ? A "NEW" COMMANDMENT
Not what society has done to the church to form the church in it's
own image, but what the Word of God calls the church to be. To do Jesus said, "A new commandment I give to you, that you love
more changing of society than being changed by it. We have set one another." The commandment to love others as you love yourself
forth mission statements, four foundation facts of what it means to is as old as Deuteronomy. It's something that those apostles had
be a family of faith in Christ Jesus, "We will love God, we will love grown up hearing alloftheirlive ...

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