Daily Devotionals
Love Is the Power Charge Kenneth Copeland 14 February This is my commandment, That ye love one another, as I have loved you. Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

Love. It is the first and foremost command Jesus gave us, yet all too many believers neglect to follow it.

I’m talking about believers who can quote tremendous amounts of scripture and who may speak the Name of Jesus 35 or 40 times a day, yet they’re rough and insensitive to the needs of their friends and family. They’re so busy “serving God,” they don’t have time to serve people. Strife is their hallmark.

You may have been saved 45 years; you may talk in tongues all day long; but if you have strife in your heart and you’re not living by the love commandment of Jesus, spiritual things are foolishness to you.

When you’re in that condition, the Name of Jesus won’t work. Faith won’t work because the Bible says that faith works by love. In fact, none of the gifts of the Spirit will work if you don’t have love. First Corinthians 13 says so.

Do you want to see the incredible power of God released through your life? Then start putting the love command in action. Start loving those around you.

Love is the power charge, friend. God’s power package just won’t work without it. That’s why we’ve seen so many power failures in the Body of Christ. Starting today, you and I can turn those failures around. We can make up our minds to let the Word dwell richly within us. We can set our hearts on keeping the commands of Jesus and speak His Name with confidence and authority. And, most important of all, we can begin to love one another.

Then we will truly see the power of God begin to flow.

Scripture Reading: 1 Corinthians 13:1-8