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Love: A Daily Practice for All


Love, as described in the scriptures, transcends mere sentimentality; it is a divine commandment and a way of life. The Bible, a sacred text revered by millions, is replete with verses that expound upon the nature and significance of love. From the Old Testament to the New, the overarching message is clear: love is the highest virtue, the essence of God’s character, and a commandment for all believers.

The foundation of love in the Bible lies in the very nature of God. In 1 John 4:8, we learn that “God is love,” establishing love as an intrinsic aspect of the divine. This divine love is not conditional, nor is it limited; it is selfless, sacrificial, and boundless. The scriptures challenge believers to emulate this divine love in their daily lives.

One of the most renowned passages on love comes from the New Testament, in 1 Corinthians 13. Often referred to as the “Love Chapter,” it beautifully articulates the qualities of true love—patience, kindness, humility, selflessness, forgiveness, and endurance. This chapter not only describes the attributes of love but also serves as a blueprint for how believers are to express love in their interactions with others.

The scriptures make it clear that love is not an isolated emotion but a daily practice. In Matthew 22:37-39, Jesus encapsulates the essence of love in the greatest commandment: “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind… Love your neighbor as yourself.” This profound directive extends the concept of love beyond personal piety to encompass our relationships with others. Loving God and loving our neighbors are inseparable; they are interconnected expressions of the same divine command.

Practicing love daily is not reserved for moments of convenience or personal preference. In Luke 6:27-28, Jesus challenges believers to love even their enemies, to do good to those who hate them, and to bless those who curse them. This radical teaching emphasizes the transformative power of love—the ability to overcome animosity and break the cycle of hatred.

The Apostle Paul further expounds on the practical application of love in Galatians 5:22-23, describing love as the first fruit of the Spirit. This implies that as believers grow in their relationship with God, love naturally becomes a manifestation of the Holy Spirit working within them. It is not a mere obligation but a beautiful outcome of a deepened connection with the divine.

In the hustle and bustle of daily life, the scriptures call believers to embody love in every interaction. Whether in the workplace, at home, or in the community, love should be the guiding principle. It involves listening with empathy, offering a helping hand, and showing compassion to those in need. Love transcends differences, breaks down barriers, and fosters unity among diverse individuals.

Love according to the scriptures is not an abstract concept; it is a divine imperative and a way of life. The Bible teaches that true love is selfless, sacrificial, and boundless reflecting the nature of God Himself. Daily practice of love involves living out the commandments to love God with all our being and to love our neighbors as ourselves. It extends to all aspects of life, even to those we may find challenging to love. Embodying love daily is not only a testament to our faith but also a powerful force for positive change in the world.

Prophetess, Dr. Sabrina K. Bailey

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Who We Are

At Wholistic Life Ministries, we believe that the Mind, Body, Soul and Spirit are separate entities that make up the complete human being. Our approach to ministry is one that fosters a cooperative relationship among all entities. This will lead towards optimal attainment of the physical, mental, emotional, financial and social aspect of Serving God. As we teach more about the impact of these entities on the whole person, we will be able to make changes and minister to our own life, the lives of our family members, and be able to minister to people in the local and surrounding community, and communities abroad.

Our Mission

At Wholistic Life Ministries we believe that the Mind, Body, Soul and Spirit are separate entities that make up the complete human being. If we learn more about the impact of these entities on our whole person, we will be able to make changes and minister to our own life, the lives of our family members, and be able minister to people in the local and surrounding community, and communities abroad.

This belief is addressed in 1 Thessalonians 5 and 23, “Now may the God of peace himself sanctify you completely and may your whole spirit and soul and body be kept blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.”

So, we truly believe and will always invoke God’s help toward that end.   Understanding the principles of God is one thing, but the power to live them out is another.  We do not find that power in ourselves, but in God himself.  God is the singular source for our sanctification because he does it “Wholly.” 

At Wholistic Life Ministries we will work together as a whole to address your spiritual, health, medical, and financial needs, addressing the needs of the Whole person.  The complete human being is God’s creation.  The unique body of each human was made by God.  The unique spirit of each human came from God.  Then, as the spirit quickened the body, God made in the human certain characteristics which are tantamount to a unique living soul.

The apostle Paul describes the complete makeup of a human being with a combination of three different words:  Spirit, Soul and Body.  To complete this makeup, Wholistic Life Ministries added the mind, because it provides direction and cognitive thinking.

Your talent and time is just as equally important to us as your tithe. We have different gifts, according to the grace given us. If a person’s gift is prophesying, let him/her use it in proportion to their faith. If it is serving, let them serve; if it is teaching, let them teach; if it is encouraging, let them encourage; if it is contributing to the needs of others, let them give generously; if it is leadership, let them govern diligently; if it is showing mercy, let them do it cheerfully.
(Romans 12:5 – 8)

“For if there is first a willing mind, it (your offering to God) is accepted according to what one has, and not according to what he does not have. 2 Cor 8:12.”

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Pastoral Vision

"Connecting people to God and teaching them to be disciples at home, at school, in the workplace, at church, and in our community."

Pastor Jay's 2024 Vision

“Using our God giving Talents and Gifts to bring our Community, our City, our Country and our world to Christ.”

“As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace” ( 1 Peter 4:10 )

Church Vision

“Helping people through life's journey, addressing the needs of their mind, body, soul and spirit.”

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