True Spirituality – 8 – Loving Self
Jesus tells us in scripture that the second greatest commandment is to love others as self. Learn more about it in Loving Self, part of the True Sprituality series.
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We’re currently working on a series on True Spirituality, and today’s installment is the eighth. Now we’ve already talked in six and seven about loving God and loving others. And today we’re going to talk about loving ourselves. That’s the eighth one.
Now, this is a confusing subject to a lot of people. They think that it’s Godly to love others and a sin to love themselves. But I think they’re confusing self-love with self-centeredness. In fact, a lot of people, when you say self-love, they think that’s what it means – to just be self-centered. So I’m going to try to clarify the difference in the two. And you know, it is really important, because we are self-aware, and if we’re going to be successful with God, we need to know how He wants us to think about ourselves, don’t we? So, this is a very important topic.