Category Archives: I Corinthians 13

What real love looks like

Let’s back up the words “I love you” with this kind of love. Continue reading

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A closer look at love

Relationships are miserable when love is absent. But is there an objective way to identify true love?  Love defined The fourteen qualities of love in First Corinthians thirteen offer the best available description of love known to humans. This text remains one of … Continue reading

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Love is….Love is not…..

“Do everything in love.”  (I Corinthians 16:14).  Comparing my relationships with the description of love in I Corinthians 13:4-8 is a humbling experience. It reminds me that I can’t live this way in my own strength. I need help from … Continue reading

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Love is…. Love is not…..

By Steve Cornell The greatest practical description of love is found in I Corinthians 13:4-8. Moving from positives to negatives, we learn what love is and what it is not. Love is so pre-eminent that it deserves to be personified:  … Continue reading

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