Love does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth ‚ÄĒ1 Corinthians 13:6 ESV.
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Interesting and convicting Interesting take on this verse from 1 Cor 13 and the story in Luke 7. Which person are we like? Simon who showed no love for Jesus or the sinful woman who showed such extravagant love?
Florin Motiu (2/4/2010)
from Oradea, Romania
Joy of forgivennes. We must not rejoice when we see others sin, so to justify ourselves, but to rejoice in the grace of God in us and in others, to rejoice when we see others forgiven. Excellent illustration from Luke 7:36-50.
Philip Graham Ryken is Senior Minister of Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, where he has preached since 1995. He was educated at Wheaton College (IL), Westminster Theological Seminary (PA) and the University of Oxford (UK), from which he received his doctorate in...