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June 7, 2015                                                              Sister Kyesha Raulston

Series Title:  "What Love Is”

Today's Message:  “Love keeps no record of Wrong”


Keeps:  to continue having or holding (something): to not return, lose, sell, give away, or throw away (something): to continue in a specified state, condition, or position: to cause (someone or something) to continue in a specified state, condition, or position.

Thinketh:   (think) to form or have (a particular thought) in your mind. To have as an intention, to have as an opinion, to regard as (consider); to reflect on; to center one’s thoughts on; to form a mental picture of; to have in the mind or call to mind a thought.

Record:   to write (something) down so that it can be used or seen again in the future: to produce a record of (something): to show a measurement of (something): to indicate (something): to store (something, such as sounds, music, images, etc.) on tape or on a disk so that it can be heard or seen later: to produce a recording of (something)

Origin of RECORD

Middle English, literally, to recall, from Anglo-French recorder, from Latinrecordari, from re- + cord-, cor heart — more at heart

First Known Use: 14th century

Re:  again:  Back to an original place, condition, etc. again, anew <retell>: back, backward <recall>

Heart:  the emotional or moral as distinguished from the intellectual nature: as a :  generous disposition :  compassion <a leader with heart> b :  love, affection <won her heart> c :  courage, ardor <never lost heart> 5 :  one's innermost character, feelings, or inclinations <knew it in his heart> <a man after my own heart> 6 a :  the central or innermost part :  center b :  the essential or most vital part of something

Wrongs: a :  1 an injurious, unfair, or unjust act :  action or conduct inflicting harm without due provocation or just cause b :  a violation or invasion of the legal rights of another; especially :  tort 2:  something wrong, immoral, or unethical; especially :  principles, practices, or conduct contrary to justice, goodness, equity, or law 3 :  the state, position, or fact of being or doing wrong: as  a :  the state of being mistaken or incorrect b :  the state of being guilty


How to Love                                                                             Scripture

Forgive the "Wrongs"                                                                  Matthew 6: 12

Remember the "Rights"                                                                     Acts 20: 35

What did Jesus do?                                                                             John 15:15

The king and his servants                                                  Matthew 18: 21 - 35