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Love one another
For the Lesson titled “Love” from January 27–February 2, 2014
“This is the message that ye heard from the beginning, that we should love one another” (I John 3:11, Responsive Reading). And it’s the message that is repeated throughout this week’s Bible Lesson, titled “Love.”
“Love one another.” Such a simple phrase. But does it sometimes seem easier to love anyone else but the one right in front of us? The one who actually might need love the most—our parent, spouse, child, even our enemy? This Lesson reminds us that we are all one family because “Love, the divine Principle, is the Father and Mother of the universe, including man” (Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 256, citation 14).
About the author
Kathleen “Kat” Collins is a Christian Science nurse in Godfrey, Illinois, and has a master’s degree in Bible studies.
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