Sermon: Declared Love

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1. Isaiah 62:5 (ESV) — 5 For as a young man marries a young woman, so shall your sons marry you, and as the bridegroom rejoices over the bride, so shall your God rejoice over you.

2. DETAILS

2.1. Is love quiet?

2.1.1. We brag about our love?

2.1.2. Is there a quiet serving type of love?

2.1.3. But isn't tha tserving a word? So is it quiet

2.1.4. Is there any relationship, is there any type of true love that is not made known?

2.1.5. What about giving to somoene, not letting your right hand know, you donate and do an act of love that they do not know. Isn't that love?

2.1.5.1. Yes, but does that love produce relationship?

2.2. God's covenant declaration

2.3. God's love for His son

2.3.1. First, God gives the disciples a brief glimpse of the true heavenly glory of Jesus. This is what Peter says in 2 Peter 1:17 — ”[Christ] received honor and glory from God the Father.” Then God reveals his heart for the Son and says two things: “I love my son” (“This is my beloved Son”), and “I take pleasure in my Son” (“with whom I am well pleased”).

2.3.2. And in the gospel of John, Jesus speaks several times about the Father’s love for him: for example, John 3:35, “The Father loves the Son, and has given all things into his hand.” John 5:20, “The Father loves the Son, and shows him all that he himself is doing.”

2.3.3. 18 “Behold, my servant whom I have chosen, my beloved with whom my soul is well pleased. I will put my Spirit upon him, and he will proclaim justice to the Gentiles. (Matt 12:18)

2.4. God's love for us

2.5. Our love for God

2.6. Our love for each other

2.7. Application:

2.7.1. Baptism for us to God

2.7.2. Church membership for us to each other

2.7.3. Ex.

2.7.3.1. Ancient church roles

2.7.3.2. Widows rolls

3. OUTLINE

3.1. INTRO

3.1.1. Questions

3.1.1.1. What do you think of when you wake up?

3.1.1.2. On the occasion your heart gears towards

3.1.2. Main point

3.1.2.1. Westminister Catechism: What is the chief end of man.

3.1.2.2. Gods purpopse for you is to know his glory and enjoy him forever

3.1.2.2.1. meaning this is where he's leading in yoru life!

3.1.2.2.2. hes leading you to a life of happiness in Christ!

3.1.3. What is his glory

3.1.4. How does God work to give us his glory?

3.1.5. So understand that God doing all things for his glory is good because he is giving us the deepest thing we need!

3.1.5.1. ILL: When a dad comes home and says I really need to insert myself int o my kdis lives, I need to bring them into my life ... all these things .. this is good. Why? Cause its important

3.1.6. Why is church membership critical to this foundational idea?

3.1.6.1. #1 - Because receiving the glory of God happens by both information and relationship

3.1.6.2. #2 - Because the concept of "enjoying" God's glory is inherently an experiential concept that starts with knowledge but does not end there

3.1.6.3. #3 - Because to experience God's glory one needs community

3.1.6.4. #4 - Because God's glory won't just happen with groups of people unless there is intentionality in that group

3.1.6.5. #5 - Because God showed us that within his own display of glory happened within the framework of intentional covenant!

3.1.6.6. #6 - Because God's glory is deep, and we have

3.2. Text:

3.2.1. 1 Timothy

3.2.1.1. blessed God