Spread the Good Word: 1 John 4:18

by | May 13, 2016 | The Good Word | 0 comments


There’s nothing to fear about Friday the 13th after reading a Good Word like today’s. As fallen humans living in a fallen world, we can only experience a “fallen” type of love with each other on Earth. People are always going to disappoint us — and even scare us sometimes. It’s only when we reach out to the Lord that we can experience perfect love, the kind that casts out fear.

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