Last month we recorded a podcast with Jay Mayo from R.E.A.L. Love Radio and it is now available online. The overall focus of this discussion is the importance of loving ourselves the way God does. In part 1 of 4, we discuss what led us to write a book on loving ourselves the way God loves us. (Click Here to access The Missing Commandment: Love Yourself on Amazon; Click Here to access it on our publications website.)
To listen to this podcast (Part 1 – 20 minutes), click HERE.
To download this podcast from iTunes, click HERE
Some of the questions we respond to in this session include:
- Do the majority of people love themselves the way that God does?
- Do most people believe it’s possible to love ourselves the way God does?
- Why do some people perceive self love as wrong?
In addition, we talk about . . .
- Why believers in Jesus Christ struggle with loving themselves.
- Why God desires us to love ourselves the way He loves us.
- How we limit God’s ability to work through us when we don’t truly love ourselves.
The Right to R.E.A.L. Love Radio podcast with Jay Mayo is the #1 relationship podcast for Christians providing valuable and practical insights related to relationships, faith, dating and sex.
Podcast episodes are released six days a week (Monday – Saturday) and the podcast is available worldwide on iTunes. If you like, you can check it out here: http://righttoreallove.com/itunes
Or on the R.E.A.L. Love Radio official website here: http://righttoreallove.com/
We’ll be sharing Part 2 next week . . .
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