Watch Sandra Kouri's message: "Love, The King's Royal Law"

Jesus boldly declared, "A new commandment I give unto you...that you love one another...as I have loved you, that you also love one another. By this all men will know that you are My disciples, if you have love one to another."

In this relevant teaching Pastor Sandra Kouri explains the ramifications of the royal law of Messiah's Kingdom for the 21st century, and reveals the strategic impact that obeying this command can have our our personal lives, marriages, families, the church and world today.

To watch Part 1 of her message click here.

To watch Part 2 click here.

4 comments (Add your own)

1. Bella wrote:
It seems to me that Paul wasnt so much interested in eandtibg other Christians, but was more interested in winning souls to the Lord Jesus. He went into the synagogues, where lost Jews were, or maybe saved Jews, who had not yet heard about Jesus, were. He went to Mars Hill, not to argue and debate with other Chrisitans, but to win those folks to the Lord.Now, I know that Paul confronted Peter about Peter eating Kosher food and condemning pork chops when the Jewish crowd was around, and eating ribs and BBQ sandwiches at the Pork Shack when he was with the Gentile crowd; but was Paul's main aim in life to debate other Christians??? Do we see any of the Apostle's spending a whole lot of time in debates and arguements???? It looks to me, as I read the NT, that they were more concerned with preaching and teaching the Bible and winning lost people to Jesus.Thus, if most of Dr. Caner's debates are him talking to Muslims and others about the Messiah; then amen, Dr. Caner.David

Mon, April 16, 2012 @ 5:18 AM

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3. Cristthianne wrote:
It seems to me that Paul wasnt so much interested in dientbag other Christians, but was more interested in winning souls to the Lord Jesus. He went into the synagogues, where lost Jews were, or maybe saved Jews, who had not yet heard about Jesus, were. He went to Mars Hill, not to argue and debate with other Chrisitans, but to win those folks to the Lord.Now, I know that Paul confronted Peter about Peter eating Kosher food and condemning pork chops when the Jewish crowd was around, and eating ribs and BBQ sandwiches at the Pork Shack when he was with the Gentile crowd; but was Paul's main aim in life to debate other Christians??? Do we see any of the Apostle's spending a whole lot of time in debates and arguements???? It looks to me, as I read the NT, that they were more concerned with preaching and teaching the Bible and winning lost people to Jesus.Thus, if most of Dr. Caner's debates are him talking to Muslims and others about the Messiah; then amen, Dr. Caner.David

Sat, April 28, 2012 @ 3:10 AM

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Sun, April 29, 2012 @ 3:00 PM

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