We belong to God - and to each other - all together!
But not at any price.
Not without love and justice and grace
Especially not without love.
"What if I could speak all languages of humans and of angels? If I did not love others, I would be nothing more than a noisy gong or a clanging cymbal." (1 Corinthians 13:1)
Paul goes on - or if we had all knowledge, or if we gave up our very lives - if we do not do these things with love, they are not worth anything. I hear a primary commandment for our lives together - to love one another. It's not new - it's what we already know. But do we live it? And how?
And what if there is one among us who is not (or at least seems not to be) living in love? Does that mean they cannot belong?
What do you think?
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