Preaching Outline on God’s Love: Preaching the Divine Message


Biblical Text:
1 John 4:7-8 (NIV) – “Beloved, let us love one another, for love comes from God. He who loves is born of God and knows God. He who does not love does not know God, for God is love.”

Outline Purpose:
Explore and share the message of God’s love, highlighting its meaning, impact, and how we can live that love on our spiritual journey.

Begin by addressing the central importance of love in the biblical message, highlighting that God is the supreme source of this love and that, as His children, we are called to reflect this love in the world.

Central Theme: God’s Love Revealed:
Explore how God’s love manifests itself in different aspects of our lives, relationships, and faith. Highlight that this love transcends human understanding and is a divine gift.


  1. The Origin of Divine Love:
  • Subtopics:
    • Love as part of God’s nature.
    • The manifestation of love since creation.
  1. Love in the Biblical Story:
  • Subtopics:
    • Jesus’ sacrifice as the ultimate expression of love.
    • Biblical examples of how God’s love transformed lives.
  1. Living the Love of God:
  • Subtopics:
    • The importance of loving others.
    • How to overcome challenges through divine love.
  1. Love as a Testimony:
  • Subtopics:
    • How our love reflects God to the world.
    • Personal testimonies of experiencing divine love.
  1. The Promise of Eternal Love:
  • Subtopics:
    • God’s love as the foundation of our hope.
    • What it means to live in the certainty of eternal love.
  1. Complementary Verses:
  • Integrate additional verses that emphasize different aspects of divine love throughout the outline to enrich your listeners’ understanding.

Reinforce the central message of God’s love and invite listeners to respond to that message by living and sharing that love in their daily lives.

Best Time to Use the Outline:
This outline is ideal for services focused on spiritual reflection, evangelization events, biblical studies on the theme of love, or in moments when you want to emphasize the centrality of love in the Christian faith. It can be adapted for different contexts and audiences.

By Ministério Veredas Do IDE

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