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Love Your Loved Ones

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February 21, 2022 7:00 pm

Love Your Loved Ones

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February 21, 2022 7:00 pm

Amos was an overbearing extrovert and Danny was a loner wracked with self-doubt. Somehow these eccentric geniuses became best friends. They spent a decade laughing and learning together. One day their work would receive a Nobel Prize. But Danny tired of Amos’s self-centered ways and told him they were no longer friends.

Three days later, Amos called with terrible news. Doctors had found cancer and given him six months to live. Danny’s heart broke. “We’re friends,” he said, “whatever you think we are.”

Paul was a hard-nosed visionary and Barnabas a soft-hearted encourager. The Spirit put them together and sent them on a missionary journey (Acts 13:2–3). They preached and started churches, until their disagreement over Mark’s desertion. Barnabas wanted to give Mark a second chance. Paul said he could no longer be trusted. So they split up (15:36–41).

Paul eventually forgave Mark. He closed three letters with greetings from or commendations for him (Colossians 4:10; 2 Timothy 4:11; Philemon 1:24). We don’t know what happened with Barnabas. Did he live long enough to be reconciled with Paul in this life? I hope so.

Whatever your situation today, try to reach out to those with whom you may have had a falling out. Now is the time to show and tell them how much you love them.

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Welcome to today's encouragement from doing what it was my blood totaled our devotional reading love your loved ones. Amos was an overbearing extrovert and then he was a loner racked with self-doubt. Somehow these eccentric geniuses became best friends. They spent a decade laughing and learning together one day their work would receive a Nobel Prize, but Denny tired of Amos is self-centered ways and told him they were no longer friends.

Three days later, Amos called with terribleness doctors have found cancer and given him six months to live. Denny's heart broke we're friends. He said whatever you think we are. Paul was a hard-nosed visionary and Barnabas a softhearted encourager. The spirit put them together and sent them on a missionary journey. They preached and started churches until the disagreement over Mark's desertion.

Barnabas wanted to give Mark a second chance. Paul said he could no longer be trusted so they split up. Paul eventually forgave Mark. He closed three letters with greetings from accommodations for him. We don't know what happened with Barnabas that he lived long enough to be reconciled with Paul in this life. I hope so. Whatever your situation today try to reach out to those with whom you may have had a falling out. Now is the time to show and tell them how much you love today's Our Daily Bread devotional Scripture reading from Colossians chapter 4 verses seven through 10 Texaco's will tell you all the news about me. He is a dear brother, a faithful minister and fellow servant in the Lord. I am sending them to you for the express purpose. You may know about our circumstances that he may encourage your hearts. He is coming with an SMS are faithful in dear brother, who is one of you, they will tell you everything that is happening here, my fellow prisoner Aristarchus send you his greetings as does Mark. Because of the Barnabas you have received instructions about him. If he comes to you. Welcome (father, help us to see that one primary purpose of life is to love those around us. In Jesus name we pray. Amen.

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