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  • Fred
    Some of the best teachers teach with desire.The kjv is this inspired will of God. The teacher of the love of Christ , and God the Father, with the holy spirit Our sanctification, our redemption,being justified by faith, we have peace. When you understand these things, you will love, you will have charity, you will be like Him! Let this mind be in you. Desire the sincere milk of the world.
  • Edith
    Hebrews 10:7 Then said I, Lo, I come in the volume of the book it is written of me, to do thy will, O God. Matthew 5: 17 Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil. not my words Gods there is more but u must believe God to hear
  • Teri
    the greatest of these is love...and the hardest!
  • Florine
    1Corinthians tell Christian how God want us to really love one another how to love also tell us what love is not
  • Lolalane
    Out of faith, hope, and charity, for charity to be number one ???? I had to find out why that was the truth. But I understand that all the faith and hope in the world that we know is possible is lessened by a lack of wanting that for others outside our personal circle of existence. Faith and Hope are easy when you believe, but Charity takes understanding within the brutal, unfair, everyday world
    How very true. Well put!
  • JP
    being a mechanic, I believe that Charity is the engine of Christianity without Charity, Christianity is car out of service.
  • Bo
    Lets stop pursuing temporary things like titles, positions, things.. etc. ...but pursue what Never fails.. LOVE...love like the FATHER
  • Roberta Darbro
    One of the most beautiful chapters of the Bible. Thank you, Paul for writing this truthful chapter.
  • Dennis James Isreal
    Love Today : Is A Noun or Pronoun, Charity Is A: Verb, Adverb
  • Juan cabrera
    I was educated in prebisterian school in cuba corinthius 13 was the foundation values for us, 70 years later still is my support and hope god bless America
  • Mary
    I love the part of today's scripture that says love suffers all, bears all things, does not seek its own. God's love is unconventional, beyond understanding. it is reckless and doesn't remember self. It travels the extreme to draw us nearer to him. I want to 'love' really.
  • Holyspiritdrivin
    before service today my daughter tells me to read 1Corinthians 13. I read it admired it and looked at her as why did you want me to read this! Then today's bible study began and then I knew why my daughter had me read it! for days I couldn't sleep kept having spiritual attacks, busy day today almost missed church but I went... this needed to be said Goose bumps as I read out loud! LOVEDon't boast
  • Pay The Bible
    We believe that God is everywhere and always thankful to God for giving a beautiful life. I'm like to all religion but being a Christian in love Jesus...
  • Truth From the Book
    1 John 3:10, "In this the children of God are manifest, and the children of the devil..." John 8:44, "Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do." Only saved people are children of God. All other people are children of the devil.
  • Carm
    We are all God's Children, daughters, sons, I am a child of God!! So who's your DADDy??
  • Charles Northup
    I read the comments and wonder if there is any knowledge left, does anyone have The Holy Ghost, does anyone receive the gift of revelation of knowledge , does anyone know that being saved from the wrath and salvation are two different things? I pray for you all to study to show thyself approved unto God a workman that needeth not to be ashamed rightly dividing the word of truth.
  • Gonzalo
    The main topic of Corinthians 13 : 1 is "Charity" and none of the comments even mentioned, ignored completely.
  • Vance Brown
    That it is the TRUE meaning of LOVE an AGAPE LOVE that can withstand the test of times.
  • A disciple
    Dear Brother Kurt; You bring up a very interesting topic, that I think is somewhat misunderstood, or misrepresented. As you said, we know as Christians, that the way up is down: he that humbles himself shall be exalted. But there were places where the Lord spoke of these things not condemning the desire for recognition and praise when it is fitting; but for the self love seeking vain glory.
  • Kurt Chappell
    Love as God and Jesus teach vs. man’s love of works: Martin Luther describes this difference. Some modern churches and/or members are caught up in pride. It can be destructive for all as we redefine Jesus saying, “ it is finished.” Human pride Jesus had none yet it’s a great sin we follow, doing works for recognition or recompense. Missions teaches me about this most humbling of Christian tenets.
  • Carmella DeMarco
    For God gave us love for the betterment of mankind.To love others as we love are selfs. Not the selfish kind of love but the God kind of love.Which is Peace ,Love ,And , Happiness ,Harmony.Is the best for us...JESUS
  • Smeshque
    God' love, is there before, during, and after it is needed. Humans often say they love, but don't exe ute what love means as in 1 Cor.13. The church wants to love like they have faith. With no works. And neither, love nor faith is executed without works. They both are action words.
  • RMB
    GOD love is so greater so power beyond any human ability that's why it important to allow GOD to live on the inside of us and love though us. Without GOD we don't know how to love.
  • BSP
    Verse 11~As we grow spiritually we must put away childish traits and strive to imitate the Christ more fully.
  • 2ChromeEyes
    What I think about 1Corinthians 13:13 is that it is far too commonly passed over, misunderstood, and not applied, by so many believers today.
  • Swchu
    Interesting and rewarding source knowledge for happy growth!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Joanne stern
    I love these verses. God looks at our hearts. Not what we do, but why do we do it. Are we wanting to be center stage or do we want to praise and glorify GOD?

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