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Lesson 6: The Discipline of Christian Friendship (3 John 13-15)Daniel Bennett10/09/2015
Lesson 3: What Do You Do with a Heretic? (2 John 7-13)Daniel Bennett10/09/2015
Lesson 2: Encouraging with Truth and Love (2 John 4-6)Daniel Bennett10/09/2015
Lesson 1: Truth as the Foundation for Love (2 John 1-3)Daniel Bennett10/09/2015
2 John: Bound By Truth And LoveDaniel Bennett10/09/2015
Lesson 24: Love’s Obedience (1 John 5:1-3)Daniel Bennett07/23/2015
Lesson 23: Love’s Necessity (1 John 4:19-21)Daniel Bennett07/23/2015
Lesson 22: Love’s Confidence (1 John 4:15-18)Daniel Bennett07/23/2015
Lesson 21: Love’s Witness (1 John 4:11-14)Daniel Bennett07/23/2015
Lesson 20: Love’s Source (1 John 4:7-10)Daniel Bennett07/15/2015
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Question & Answers:

I have a friend that has confessed she can not understand why has God put her here on earth. She is 33 years old and has not been able to find someone to marry. Can you help me minister to her?
Does associating with an unbeliever (in a dating context) fit the model of Matthew 18:14-16 or 1 Cor 5:11 for discipline/excommunication?
What does the Bible say about believers dating unbelievers?
What is the opposite of love?
What is the difference between discernment and being judgmental?
Why is premarital sex wrong if we truly love each other?
Is it okay for a Christian married couple to watch adult movies together at home?
Is heavy petting (without intercourse) a sin?
Is it possible for a human being (other than Jesus) to have, obtain, and maintain unconditional love?
Does God’s plan for our lives include a specific person as a mate?