The Eleventh Commandment


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Author, evangelist and pastor Dwight Nelson asks the probing question: Are we a loving people? Is our church a hospital for sinners, or a museum for "saints"? Contains memorable illustrations and a powerful new parable for a new millennium.

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’I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another.’

John 13:34

It was the last wish of Jesus. And His final command is a clarion call for our church today. With memorable illustrations and powerful parables, Nelson shows us:

  • The secrets of abiding in Christ and reflecting His love to a suffering world in desperate need.
  • How the judgment revolves around showing love, not knowing the truth about love.
  • How the eleventh commandment applies to an AIDS patient, an unwed mother, a drug addict, and even a convicted sex offender.

Internalize these concepts and let this book launch you out of your comfort zone into a radical new way of living and loving.

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Item Format Paperback
Publisher Pacific Press Publishing Association
Weight (lbs) 0.430000
Page Count 128
Language English
Year Published 2013
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