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{ else }   Blog: the love revolution  
I know, I know. "There's already been one of these, it's called the Hippy age." Well, think of me as a Christian Hippy. Jesus is all about love. The great command he gave was to "Love the Lord your God with all of your heart, soul, and mind, and love your neighbor as yourself." I think we as Christians have seriously strayed from that. The point was never to build churches, have a stellar worship team, and buy new offering baskets. The point was never to scream hellfire and brimstone and scare people with the idea of sin and punishment. The point is to spread the love of Christ so that all may know him. The point is to reflect his love and glory for all to see.

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