Definition of Love by Saint Paul
Let's KJOH (Keep Jesus in our Hearts)
We owe nothing in this world, except the debt to love one another.
Loving others in Christ's righteousness make us a victors in Christ,
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'Love' by Saint Paul, Love of God and Self-Pity
'Love' has several thousands of meanings to it, but for me, the definition given by Saint Paul is, so far, 'the best.'
Saint Paul, as a gospel writer, has become the most prolific writer in the New Testament with several books to his name.
Divine guidance, enlightenment, vision, discernment and wisdom have been the more prominent among the many gifts he was given by God through the Holy Spirit, and this inspired his many letters compiled in books while in his long, arduous but fruitful journey towards evangelizing former non believers into Christianity, sometimes with the help of other writers of his time who have been equally blessed.
Having been an acknowledged sinner, a tax collector, and a persecutor of Christians, his complete turn around into becoming one of the great evangelists and gospel writers of all times was amazing and startling.
And it all started when the resurrected Christ appeared before him and called on him to spread the good news and share the light and the love Christ to the world.
His transformation has brought to light the teachings and the words of truth and love in Christ Jesus.
Read further on our above link as we expound on Saint Paul's definition of love, the love of God and self-pity as we keep Jesus in our hearts.
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A powerful reminder of faith, hope, love, charity and forgiveness in prayer
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