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The Word of Love
The Word of Love By Michael Hendrickson
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You knew of my meekness, my lowliness, my selflessness and patience, my calmness in my mighty deeds, my gentleness in my strength. You knew that each thing serves another, so does the maker of all... More > things serve all things. You knew that each thing dies for another, so it is for me to die for all things. You knew this. But of the greatest mystery, my perfect love, which existed before the world, you could not know. Until I entered among you through flesh and blood, and I had walked among you, held your head against my breast, spoken to you with living breath, and vowed: "I will never leave you."< Less
The Way of Love By Michael Hendrickson
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These are the teachings of the Way of Love, to unite with the great Oneness of God. The teachings are simple; yet if you try to make a religion of them, or try to make a science of them, or try... More > to make an ideology of them, or try to make a political system of them, or try to make a belief system of them, they will elude you. Profound yet plain, they are true.< Less
The Way of Love By Michael Hendrickson
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These are the teachings of the Way of Love, to unite with the great Oneness of God. The teachings are simple; yet if you try to make a religion of them, or try to make a science of them, or try... More > to make an ideology of them, or try to make a political system of them, or try to make a belief system of them, they will elude you. Profound yet plain, they are true.< Less
The Word of Love By Michael Hendrickson
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You knew of my meekness, my lowliness, my selflessness and patience, my calmness in my mighty deeds, my gentleness in my strength. You knew that each thing serves another, so does the maker of all... More > things serve all things. You knew that each thing dies for another, so it is for me to die for all things. You knew this. But of the greatest mystery, my perfect love, which existed before the world, you could not know. Until I entered among you through flesh and blood, and I had walked among you, held your head against my breast, spoken to you with living breath, and vowed: "I will never leave you."< Less