Sermon | True Love

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Sermon | True Love

We are designed by God to be in relationship with Him and each other.

But, let’s face it, relationships are messy and love is not always easy. We want to love people, but our love is limited, compromised and imperfect.

This was the first time I shared a part of my testimony, that after two divorces and struggling early in my third marriage, I realized that my ability to love was broken and it needed immediate fixing. If I did not find a solution, I was headed to another divorce and I did not want that!

Through the study of 1 Corinthians 13:4-7, I’ve learned that my love is weak but God’s love is great. Instead of loving others with my love, I have started loving others by asking God to help me love the way he does. It has changed my marriage and other relationships.

I hope it blesses you and your relationships.

This sermon was presented at Mariners Church Chapel in Irvine, CA.


About The Author
Ines Franklin
Ines Franklin
Ines Franklin is the president and founder of Trochia Ministries, an online Christian discipleship ministry. She is a lay teaching pastor at Mariners Church in Irvine. Ines completed a Master of Divinity at Fuller Theological Seminary. She is also a graduate of The Masters Program, a member of The Barnabas Group, and board member of Relevate Group Inc. Her experience includes business management, sales, marketing and paralegal services. Ines is passionate about spreading the Gospel, caring for the poor and helping Christians mature in their faith. She regularly shares her personal testimony of God’s grace and redemption. Ines mentors young women and leads a women's Bible study group. Ines and her husband Jim live in Irvine, California and have a blended family of five children and six grandchildren. 
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