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God’s Unfailing Love for You

Stuart and Jill Briscoe

Even the deepest depths of darkness are no match for pure, radiant light. So when life in a fallen world leaves you feeling unassured and in the shadows, consider the shine of your great, unshakable certainty.

It’s God’s unfailing love for you!

In this series from Stuart and Jill Briscoe, you’ll discover the ins and outs of God’s undying heart for you.

The cross proved it, the Spirit secures it, and His abiding presence in your life proclaims it… Yes! Forever without fail, you are loved.

Messages From This Series:

The love of God is not just a theological truth. And the love of God is infinitely more than a warm, fuzzy feeling.

As the Scriptures so wonderfully proclaim, the love of God is an accomplished, demonstrable fact that can be objectively examined, subjectively experienced, and positively enjoyed in all its life-changing glory.

Scripture: Romans 5:6-5:11

It’s easy for us to question God when He chooses us for a task. We feel unqualified, like God has made a mistake. But God often chooses the unexpected to do His work.

David was the definition of unexpected. He was the youngest, the smallest shepherd boy—but he was chosen by God to be king.

In this message, Jill shows us that all of us have been anointed and given the ability to receive a calling and equipping from God.

Scripture: 1 Samuel 16

Everybody is looking for some degree of acceptance. Everybody wants to have some sense of significance and to feel like they are “giving back.” In other words, we have the need to experience love and the need to express love to others.

If these needs aren’t met, it can cause us to look for love in all the wrong places.

In this message, Stuart teaches of an obtainable love that can satisfy and bring meaning to our lives—supplying comfort even during troubling times.

Scripture: John 14:15-14:31

Paul’s objective in writing the 13th chapter of 1 Corinthians was not to produce a timeless Christian marriage reading or even a masterpiece of wisdom literature—though both of those things surely happened.

His concern was to instruct and develop a loving, gifted church.

Scripture: 1 Corinthians 13:1-13:13

How do you know what love looks like?

Maybe you grew up in a household of care and support—and you feel you have a pretty good grasp on the concept. But maybe you’ve experienced some painful relationships—and you really struggle to know what love truly is.

In this message, Jill points out the beautiful ways you can understand love as it’s described in Scripture. You’ll learn how to receive love from God and others, and how to express Christ’s love through His Spirit in you.

Scripture: John 21:1-21:17

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