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“…to love somebody.” Great song, but an even deeper truth. Jesus said as much when he said, “A new command I give you: Love one another as I have loved you.” Why is it that we spend so much time and effort on every other command, and so little on what would become known as the “great one?” Who taught you how to love? If you think it’s just natural, think again. This weekend we launch our new series, “Love Does.” You and I really don’t know how to love somebody, and it’s time we learn. A series that could transform and save every relationship you have begins this Sunday at Mendham Hills.

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“…to love somebody.” Great song, but an even deeper truth. Jesus said as much when he said, “A new command I give you: Love one another as I have loved you.” Why is it that we spend so much time and effort on every other command, and so little on what would become known as the “great one?” Who taught you how to love? If you think it’s just natural, think again. This weekend we launch our new series, “Love Does.” You and I really don’t know how to love somebody, and it’s time we learn. A series that could transform and save every relationship you have begins this Sunday at Mendham Hills.

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George Thorogood sang it, Jesus answered it. If love is a verb, if love is a command, then who do we love? Maybe you or a skeptical friend have had trouble rationalizing a God of love with a world full of hate. How am I supposed to love my enemies when I have trouble loving my spouse? Learning to love everybody, always – this Sunday at Mendham Hills.

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Jesus summed up all the Old Testament Laws and Prophets with two new commands: Love God and love others. One of His early followers, the Apostle Paul, went even further when he wrote, “The only thing that counts is faith expressing itself through love.” For them, the command to love had nothing to do with a feeling. Jesus commanded an action, and then Jesus showed us how to love. This Sunday at Mendham Hills, we look at the dirty little word behind real love. Warning: You might not like it, but if you really want to know what love is, Jesus will show you.