Author James “Buddy” Sheets gives a clear picture of the love of God as He intends for us to understand it. In the busyness and activity of our modern lives, it is easy to forget that love relationship that the Lord so desires to have with every believer. A clear image of that loving relationship between Christ and His Bride, the church, is outlined here for those who would like to have a closer, more intimate relationship with the Savior. Don’t let that intimate relationship with Jesus get lost in the everyday hubbub of life.
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About the Author
JAMES SHEETS is the director of Passion for Jesus Ministries. For over 33 years he has served the Bride of Christ equipping them to enter into their destiny as priests, intercessors and whole-hearted worshipers. He also serves on the leadership team of the Atlanta South Metro House of Prayer (ASMHOP), a city-wide house of worship and intercession in the spirit of the tabernacle of David, He and his wife, Kaye, reside in Stockbridge, Georgia.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Chapter One—Do We Love God?
Chapter Two—The Genesis Context
Chapter Three—God As Our Husband?
Chapter Four—Go Again, Hosea!
Chapter Five—I Promise—the Covenant
Chapter Six—The Ceremony
Chapter Eight—The Bridal Paradigm in the Old Testament
Chapter Nine—More of the Bridal Paradigm in the New Testament
Chapter Ten—The Song of Solomon
Chapter Eleven—Overview of the Bridal Paradigm in the New Testament
Chapter Twelve—Loving God: The Great and First Commandment
Chapter Thirteen—Wholehearted Love: Four Dimensions
Chapter Fourteen—How Do We Love God: Four Premises
Chapter Fifteen—Loving God With All Our Heart
Chapter Sixteen—Loving God With All Our Soul
Chapter Seventeen—Loving God With All Our Mind
Chapter Eighteen—Loving God With All Our Strength
Chapter Nineteen—The Relationship of the First Commandment to the Second
Chapter Twenty—Practical Ways to Pursue the First Commandment
Chapter Twenty-One—Running for the Prize: Being Complete in our Love
Chapter Twenty-Two—A Bride Without Offense
Appendix One—Not My Will, but Yours Be Done: Did Our Bridegroom Pray to Avoid the Cross?