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Luke 6:27

Luke 6:27

Just as true wisdom is spiritually discerned so godly love is only possible in the life of a believer, who is walking in spirit and truth. Godly love is very different from the selfish, self-seeking human love of the natural man or the carnal Christian. Godly love is a love that transcends human understanding.. a love that has died to all self-centered, human motivation.Godly love is a love that allows the supernatural love of Christ to be freely manifested within read more...

Luke 6:28

Luke 6:28

True righteousness and godly love are two sides of the same coin, but neither are possible by human effort, strict training, mortifying of the flesh or by self-denial. True righteousness and unconditional, godly love.. is the supernatural enabling of a child of God.. BY the Spirit of God, through faith.

To love our enemies and to do good to those that hate us, is impossible in our own strength. Blessing those that curse us and read more...

Luke 6:29

Luke 6:29

In Luke's gospel, we find the Lord giving a similar message to Matthew's sermon-on-the-mount. However, He delivers this teaching in the low-lands on the plain. Indeed, in this sermon-on-the-plateau, Jesus is not only speaking to His disciples, but also to the disinterested multitudes, and hypocritical Pharisees, that only followed Him for physical healing, self-help or destructive criticism.

Christ's discourse, is a stern message read more...

Luke 6:30

Luke 6:30

A serious and thought-provoking discourse was given to Christ's chosen disciples and the wider multitude alike - on the high cost of discipleship, in this radical sermon-on-the-plain, which was recorded by Luke.

Jesus taught them four blessings that would be received by those who hungered after godliness, and were persecuted for righteousness sake.. while an equal number of woes were passed upon those who were rich, and read more...

Luke 6:31

Luke 6:31

“Treat others the same way you want them to treat you', is often an aggressive accusation, that is blurted out by someone who has been offended by another person.. who does not understand the context or underlying principle upon which this instruction, from the Lord Jesus, is given.

In Matthew, we read a similar command: “do to others whatever you would like them to do unto you'.. and this has often been read more...

Luke 6:35

Luke 6:35

Human nature generally indicates that we are able to love the people who love us. Unsaved men and women prove this to be true. Loving those that love us comes naturally, and although there may well be a selfish motive underlying human love.. Jesus tells us that if you only love those that love you, there is no credit connected with this, in God's divine administration.

Loving, lending and giving to others, too often has an read more...

Luke 6:36

Luke 6:36

As children of God we are called to be follow Christ's example, and to be imitators of Him. Jesus was the holy One of Israel, and we are called to be holy, just as Christ was holy. Be holy, for I the Lord Your God am holy, we are challenged. Love as I have loved and be perfect, for I the Lord Your God am perfect.

We are instructed to be perfect in understanding, thoroughly furnished for every good work. read more...

Luke 6:38

Luke 6:38

Christ’s sermon on the mount in Matthew is geared towards its Jewish listeners, while a similar teaching in Luke have Gentiles as its target audience.

The subject of both dialogues is the gospel of the kingdom and Jesus begins His discourse in Luke with four blessings, for those who by faith follow Him, and four woes for those who reject read more...