It is So Easy to Love the Lord by Ken Trivette

It is So Easy to Love the Lord
Ken Trivette
Psalm 116

Outline

1. THE DECLARATION OF HIS LOVE FOR THE LORD

A) The Expression Of Love The Lord Desires
B) The Expression Of Love The Lord Deserves

2. THE EXPLANATION OF HIS LOVE FOR THE LORD

A) The Lord Has Heard Him
B) The Lord Has Helped Him
C) The Lord Has Honored Him

3. THE MANIFESTATION OF HIS LOVE FOR THE LORD

A) He Personally Proved His Love To The Lord
B) He Publicly Proclaimed His Love For The Lord

There are many ways in which you could classify people. One way is by classifying those that are hard to love and those that are easy to love. As you know, there are some people that are hard to love. You have to make yourself love them. Are you thinking of someone right now? So and so comes to mind, huh?

A wife went with her friend to the police station to report that her husband was missing. When the policeman asked for a description, she said, ''He's 6 foot 2, has deep blue eyes, dark wavy hair, athletic build, well-groomed and sharply dressed, weighs 185 pounds, soft-spoken, well-mannered and loves the children.'' The friend spoke up and said, ''But your husband is fat, 5 foot 3, rude, smokes cigars, bald, has a big mouth, never bathes, dresses sloppy, his teeth is rotten and he is terribly mean to your children.'' The wife replied, ''Yes, but who wants that one back?''

Yes, there are some people that are hard to love. On the other hand, there are people that are easy to love. Some people you love the moment you meet them. It is not difficult loving them. You do not have to make yourself love them. You just can't help but love them.

I find the Lord to be one that is easy to love. In fact, it is hard not to love Him. Jesus said in Matthew 22:37, ''Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.'' I have never quite understood why someone, who had been saved, did not love the Lord with all their heart, soul, and min ...


There are 17346 characters in the full content. This excerpt only shows a 2000 character sample of the full content.

Price:  $4.99 or 1 credit
Sign up for a Free Trial with SermonSearch.com and download this sermon free today!