Tag: Valentine’s

Valentine’s Day Sermon 2015: The Greatest Commandment

Pink-colored "Love" Neon Signage Photo.


St. Valentine’s is a day on which the church talks a lot about God’s love for man. This Valentine’s however I want to talk about how we are supposed to love God and others. Here in the passage, I have chosen to preach from today a Lawyer (not an ordinary Jew) who intended to find fault with Jesus’ teachings asks him a question. It’s not a foolish question at all, because the Jews quite commonly drew distinctions among the laws of Scripture – great and small, light and heavy. Jesus’ answer was unexpected yet biblical and logical. What does this commandment mean?

Valentine’s Day Sermon: Loving One Another

Picture of two men and one woman sitting next to each other for the Valentine's Day Sermon in the year 2012


As the disciples were competing for higher positions in the Messianic Kingdom it was only a matter of time before the enemy will take control, disrupt their fellowship cause disunity and cripple Jesus’ plan. Our Lord was aware of this situation when He told them to love one another. Even as Valentine’s Day is around the corner join me to find out what it really means to love one another.

St. Valentine’s Day Sermon: The Pillars of a Healthy Marriage

Two gold rings on top of a book.


The pillars of a healthy marriage are none other than the husband and wife themselves. Both must work together in order to build a healthy marriage. This Valentine’s Day let’s find out what can you do as husband and wife to become the strong pillars that support your marriage.

Sermon notes for St. Valentine’s Day 2010: Love is The Most Excellent Way


Valentine’s day is observed in memory of Saint Valentine who is said to have been executed on February 14th in A.D 470 for performing weddings for Roman soldiers (It was a violation of the Roman Law). Maybe that’s why he is called the Parton Saint of beloveds and people around the world celebrate romantic love on the day of his execution.

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