Loving The Way Jesus Loves (ebook)

Loving The Way Jesus Loves ebook

Pursue Love! We are called to love as Jesus loves.

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Phil Ryken still has something new to say. He draws on the earthly life and ministry of Jesus to illustrate Paul's several statements about what love is and isn't.

These aspects of love are then illuminated chronologically through the story of Christ's advent, teaching, miracle working, sufferings, crucifixion, death, resurrection and ascension.

Jesus never does anything without love. His love is everything the love chapter says that love should be. It is patient with sinners and kind to strangers. It does not envy or boast, but offers itself in humble service. It does not insist on its own way, but submits to the Father. It is able to forgive, trust, hope and persevere.

This approach highlights the crucial truth that we are able to love only because Christ first loved us in this particularly profound, very real, and transformative manner.

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  • Preface
    1. Nothing Without Love
    2. Love That Is Better Than Life
    3. Love Is Not Irritable
    4. Love's Holy Joy
    5. Love Waits
    6. Love's Full Extent
    7. Love Hopes
    8. Love Is Not Self-Seeking
    9. Love Bears All Things
    10. Love Trusts
    11. Love Forgives
    12. Love Never Fails
    Study Guide

  • Notes

  • General Index

  • Scripture Index


Contributors Philip G. Ryken
ISBN 9781844749492
Format eBook
Language English
Publisher IVP
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Loving The Way Jesus Loves

Marie Notcheva, Biblical Counseling Coalition, 29 Oct 2014

Throughout the book, Ryken draws the connection between outward behavior and inward heart change. In Chapter 4, Love’s Holy Joy, he explains that rejoicing with the truth (v. 6) goes beyond theology and morality by taking us to the dinner table of Simon the Pharisee. More than warning against participation of sin, however, love does not rejoice in the wrongdoing of others.... continue reading

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