October 18th, 2014 – Sermon on “Brotherly Love” by John Crisp

John Crisp’s sermon on “Brotherly Love” is a reminder and more of the ties that bind us together as Christians.  John said ” I consider brotherly love  something holy, something from God” and continued bringing many different scriptures to illustrate his points.

JohnCrispJohn used the following scriptures: Ps. 133.1-3, 1 Pt. 2:0, John 17:20-23, 2 Pt. 2:1, 1 Cor. 1:10, Prov. 6:16-19, James 2:1-4, Acts 6:1, 15:39, 2 Tim. 4:11, Gal. 2:14, 2 Pt. 3:15, Matt. 5:22-24, Rom. 14:19, 15:5-7, Phil. 2:1-4.

Listen to audio of the service here ->  10-18-2014 sermon  (23 min)

John Crisp is an Elder at the Conroe Church of God 7th Day and lives in Conroe, TX and preached by invitation as he does on a regular basis


2 Responses to “October 18th, 2014 – Sermon on “Brotherly Love” by John Crisp”

  1. Jeff says:

    Hi John,

    Thanks for the sermon, it was structural and an important reminder of the elements that distinguish us from the world. Without love, in particular brotherly love, we are not a “peculiar people”.


  2. Gladys McCoy says:


    I was not disappointed with your sermon, John. I was amazed at your collage of Bible verses regarding “Brotherly Love.” That was a great reminder of how much our love can encourage each other, and it also reminded us of how much we mean to each other.

    When we understand that LOVE for our brothers and sisters is a direct command from our Father, it takes on a whole different meaning. It is not a choice, but a directive!

    Thanks again, John, for your words of wisdom. You and June and the rest of your family are easy to love, and we thank God for all of you!


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