Bible Saturday 2

“Dear friends, let us love one another, for love comes from God. Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God.”
1 John 4:7

I think that the whole new testament and the story of Jesus can be summed up by a simple message… “Let us love one another.” This simple message transcends culture, religion and language. If we had a little more love inside of us and were able to share that instead of the every day frustrations we experience I personally believe the world would be a better place.

“God is love” is a statement that is very powerful. Even if you don’t believe in God, you might believe in Love. Love is one of the most powerful forces in our lives. It makes us do things that others might deem crazy. You have to admit that a feeling as powerful as love is a gift. The tricky part is that we are also born with this thing called free will, and well, we might chose to not love one another after all.

4 comments on “Bible Saturday 2

  1. Hmmmmmm, yeahh I can totally appreciate that. I also believe a certain Jamaican proposed something along those lines.

    One love! what about the one heart? one heart!
    What about – ? lets get together and feel all right
    As it was in the beginning (one love!);
    So shall it be in the end (one heart!),
    All right!
    Give thanks and praise to the lord and I will feel all right;
    Lets get together and feel all right.
    One more thing!

    I think that says Vol. just like the good Book. Though it’s not the Bible, it’s a wonderful message.

  2. The Dalai Lama says “My religion is kindness.” Love is too big a concept for some people, but they can usually get with kindness.

  3. Ahh el Dalai Lama qué farsa, vino a Bogotá a dar una conferencia y cobrara como 200.000 pesos por entrada. Además, los que fueron suficiente ineptos de ir, me contaron que el muchacho no era más que un pruincipito hijo de mami, un Tirofijo del Tíbet, más consentido y con menos ropa que el de la Sevla Colombiana.
    A parte de eso, no creo ni media palabra de la biblia, aunque hay muchas partes que sí es divertida, pa’ qué, será nada más tratarla de bonita “poesía épica”. Pero en cualquier caso, sí me identifico con el mensaje de amor, que no creo tenga que ser un pacto de amor y convivencia que los hombres hacen ante Dios- lo que puede causar muchos problemas- sino un simple pacto de amor entre los hombres y ante los hombres para poder preservar una sociedad armoniosa y en paz.
    Para acabar ya y terminar de ilustrar mi posición teológica, yo considero que el mensaje de Bob Marley, ya ilustrado en los comments, es igual de relevante a aquel de Jesús Cristo, si es que sí existió.

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