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The Power of True Love

The Bible is the Book of Love. It is also called the love letter of God to His children. Over 500 times, love was mentioned as the importance, power, and beauty of love. It goes as far as loving your enemies, and the misunderstood love your neighbors, which is better to say respect or honor, which is more straightforward. Love binds together in perfect harmony. Love covers a multitude of sins, and the practice of respect will eventually lead to understanding who will give and take first. If someone is upset today, let it be their lousy day, and let humility come into play. “With all humility and gentleness, with patience, bearing with one another in love”—Ephesians 4:2.

Love is patient, kind, and humble, not boastful when God blesses their success and rejoices to see the success of others. Rejoices with the truth and concerns false testimony and preachers that promise heaven and deliver hell. Love can withstand challenges in beliefs and hopes and endures the pain that love brings. 1 Corinthians 16:14 Let all your things be done with charity. Another translation: (14) Let all you do be done in love. (14) And do everything with love.

God is loving, graceful, and merciful. The truth of the Word of God makes it the perfect Book to know how God and the Son Jesus defined what true love means. Because of love, God the Father sent the Son, John 3:16. And the love of the Son laid down his life 1 John 3:16. In return, we can love others as God loves us. The Bible revealed that people skewed the meaning of true love, but God’s Word remains a living organism, the only source of Divine understanding, knowledge, and wisdom. There is no other God besides Him and no other Son like Jesus.

As Sons of the most high, Let us love one another with the love of the LORD (Father) and the Lord (Son) Jesus.

Bishop Joseph

Bishop Joseph Vitug, Ph.D. - Bishop Emeritus

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