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God is Love: Full Stop

God is Love: Full Stop

Not many Christians would disagree that God is love, but many would quickly qualify that with some other kind of attribute such as justice. But love is not just one of the attributes of God alongside all others. Love is the essence of all the attributes of God.

If you’d like to hear the entire sermon, you can find it on the Woodland Hills Church sermon page.

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