6. The Silken Cords of Affections
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By John Thiel, Godly Affections That Motivate Series, mp3
Scripture reading: John 17:22 And the glory which thou gavest me I have given them; that they may be one, even as we are one.
Jesus is a friend so special, so wonderful, that our affections are bound to Him. Our faint endeavour is nerved by this gleam of affection. He gave us not only life, but Himself. He offers us a deep relationship, an affectionate bond with Him. As we live in these days of earth’s history, our relationships are so bound up with the Lord in these last days, but there is a huge amount of defection around us – defection in terms of the infinite relationship with Jesus, where people have many other affectionate bindings. They are professed Christians, and yet they are not really, affectionately bound with the Lord in such a way that they would give up everything for Him. The description that is given us for these last days, in 2 Timothy 3:1-5, we are familiar as being the case in the world around us, but we often don’t apply this to those who are professed Christians. This is the peril of these last days: Read the rest of this entry →
Posted in Divine Service Sermons, Godly Affections That Motivate (Series)
Tags: attachment, fall, family, friends, husband, parents, supreme object, wife
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