I am currently reading a book called “I’m OK – You’re Not: The Message We’re Sending Nonbelievers and Why We Should Stop“, which I’ll write about after I’ve finished it. However, I would like to pose a question that it has raised and see what you think. Here it goes. What is more important, to love people or get them saved? Does the great commandment trump the great commission? Should we pay more attention to the Great Commission than the Great Commandment? (Matthew 22:37-39; Mark 12:33; Matthew 28:18-20) OK, that’s maybe 3 questions or the same 3 ways. So, what do you think? Please Comment.
What do you think?
About the Author: John Hobbs
John is a sought after speaker and founder of Transforming Life Ministries. He’s also a writer, teacher and equipper bringing an honest and practical voice to today’s and tomorrow’s church. He has a passion for people and helping them encounter the transforming life of Jesus. John and his wife Amy, presently reside in Wilmington, North Carolina with their three children, who he thanks for their four cats and a rabbit. They also have a foreign exchange daughter Jenny, from Germany. Transforming Life Ministries is presently working to build a Camp and Retreat Center, called The Fountain in Fountain, NC.