The True Christian’s Love for the Unseen Christ

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Episode 1

Episode 1

1h 20m
The True Christian’s Love for the Unseen Christ is a 21-part video series on the meaning and necessity of loving Christ. The series takes up the spirit of Thomas Vincent’s classic 17th century work and applies its edifying message to modern Christianity. It encourages the believer to ever increase their love for Christ, and shows the unbeliever the unlimited joy that flows from this love. It also provides a dire warning to those who profess Christ, but choose not to love Him wholly and entirely. As Thomas Vincent himself writes, “Without love to Christ, we are as much without spiritual life as a dead carcass is without natural life. Faith without love to Christ is a dead faith. And a Christian without love to Christ is a dead Christian. Dead in sin and trespasses. Such “Christians”—no matter what they profess—are still unbelievers. Unbelievers who are under the condemnation and wrath of God. In short, without love to Christ, we may have the name of a Christian, but we are entirely without the nature of a Christian. We may have the outward form of godliness, but we would be entirely lacking the power of godliness.” Mark Kieler is your host for this eye-opening exposition of Biblical truth. Through this series, he vividly defines what it means to genuinely love Jesus Christ. With this definition, he challenges you to search your own heart and determine whether or not you personally have such a love. And if you find yourself lacking, Mark presents that which is needed to ignite that love and fan it into a roaring blaze. While the series relies heavily on Thomas Vincent’s poignant and powerful work, it also invokes the writings of other spiritual leaders from days past. These include Jeremiah Burroughs, A.W. Pink, John Bunyan, George Mueller, John Flavel, R. A. Torrey, Charles Spurgeon, John Owen, James Alexander and others. 1 Peter 1:8 states: “Though you have not seen him, you love him. Though you do not now see him, you believe in him and rejoice with joy that …