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November 7 Mission Lesson: The Royal Law

Posted on Sun, Nov 7, 2004

The Women’s Mission meets the third Wednesday of the month at 7:30 PM.  This section contains the weekly lessons taken from the Woman’s Home & Foreign Mission Society 2004 Guide and Program Book.  Lessons are added each week for you to study in preparation for the meetings.
November 7 Mission Lesson: The Royal Law
Scripture: James 2:8; Romans 13:8-10
 God considers our treatment toward others as royal when fulfilled according to His Word.  The selection of the word “royal” is an appropriate choice since all God’s children are considered royalty, kings and queens.
 Within this context, the second law gives us our instructions for love.  This law commands us to love one another, not to cause harm.  It emphasizes godly treatment of one another.
 Showing love unconditionally means treating everyone as equals.  The rich and poor should not be treated any better or worse because of who they are or where they live.  This Royal Law forbids the selfish exploitation of others.  We learn from the story of the good Samaritan (Luke 10:29-37) that our neighbor is anyone who is in need and can benefit from our help. 
You may post questions or comments on the website and our Mission President, Sister Joyce Mitchell, will respond online as quickly as possible. Or you can send an email to Pastor Williams at and he will respond.
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