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Let Your Conduct be Without Greed - (Deuteronomy 31:6-18, & Hebrews 13:1-6)

Good morning, my brothers and sisters in Christ.


Let Your Conduct be Without Greed - (Deuteronomy 31:6-18, & Hebrews 13:1-6)


Summary:


Jared emphasized the importance of brotherly love and unity within the body of Christ, as outlined in biblical texts such as Deuteronomy and Hebrews. He stressed the need to conduct oneself without Greed and the importance of unity and cooperation among church members. Jared also highlighted the biblical concept of not being afraid and having faith in God's presence and guidance, as well as the importance of brotherly and sisterly love, hospitality towards strangers, and support for those in need. He called for unity and collaboration within the church community, encouraging everyone to achieve a common goal.


Brotherly and sisterly Love and Unity in Christ's Body


Jared led a discussion, focusing on brotherly and sisterly love and unity within the body of Christ, as outlined in Deuteronomy 31:6 and key groups 13:1-6. They emphasized the importance of conducting oneself without Greed and stressed the need for unity and cooperation among the body of Christ. Jared also requested everyone to join in the Lord's Prayer.


Faith, Love, and Unity in Biblical Principles


Jared discussed the importance of the biblical concept of not being afraid and having faith in God's presence and guidance. They pointed out that these principles are reflected in various biblical texts, such as Deuteronomy and Hebrews. Jared emphasized the need for brotherly and sisterly love, hospitality towards strangers, and support for those in need. They also stressed the importance of contentment, noting that Greed can lead to losing focus on others. Jared called for unity and collaboration within the church community, encouraging everyone to work towards a common goal.


In Christ, love Jared W. Campbell





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