Mar 29, 2021
Love your neighbors.
Lt. Colonel Dean Pallant says he believes this is one of the most challenging aspects of the greatest commandment.
There's people we don't agree with—maybe even don't like. People who've wronged us—maybe even gotten away with it.
And yet, Mark 12:30-31 says this: "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.”
Dean Pallant is Communications Director for The Salvation Army United Kingdom with the Republic of Ireland Territory and author of the book, "To Be Like Jesus: Christian Ethics for a 21st century Salvation Army," addressing many of the big issues challenging Christ-followers today.
And as he says, to learn how to love others, we must look to Jesus.
Dean Pallant recently spoke at a virtual Salvation Army holiness retreat about loving others. His exploration is powerful and practical, so we're bringing it to you here in two parts.
First, what does it mean to love others?
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