The Personality of Loud Love (5 of 14) by Fred Lowery
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Series: Love Loud
Dr. Fred Lowery
March 8, 2009
Galatians 5:22-23; Philippians 4:11; James 1:2; John 16:20-22; Hebrews 12:2; 1 John 2:1-2; Psalm 51:1-2; Psalm 32:1-5
There is hope for every man Amen. I said there is hope for every person in Christ. Amen. Alright there you are. I thought you had gone somewhere. I asked a lady a moment ago, I said did you wake up grouchy this morning. You know with the time change this morning, you know did you wake up grouchy this morning. She said no I let him sleep. Are you happy? On a scale of one to ten how happy are you. Good. Good. All of you a ten some of you maybe a three a four. Hope nobody's at a one. Here's what I hear all the time. I'm happy but... the economy. I'm happy but the government and that does shake me up a little bit too don't get me wrong. I just can't watch a lot of television right now. I'm happy but my job. I'm happy but my kids, this thing happened with my kids. I'm happy but my spouse. Well what we're going to talk about this morning is how to get those buts and whens and ifs out so that you can have an inner joy regardless of the circumstances. We're talking about the personality of loud love. The spirit filled life. How we're to live out this thing called love. Because if we're going to love loud we will need supernatural help. We can't do it on our own. We can't love God's way without God's power that's just the bottom line. We can't love God's way without God's power. And only God can take our personalities and tone them down and help us to love all people and we talk about type a's and type b's the aggressive personality and the passive personality but we need to be type c - the Christ-controlled personality. The greatest thing that can happen to our personality is to let Christ control them. So that's what we are going to talk about as we talk about spiritual fruit. And we need to understand that spiritual fruit is produced in ...
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