Christian Love

Love Does Not Hold a Grudge

1 Corinthians 13:5 We continue our studies on the importance and the attributes of Christian love. This time we look at the phrase, ‘Love does not take into account a wrong suffered’. We see that there are two valid interpretations of this, and examine each of them: * Lo

The Greatest of These

1 Corinthians 13:1-3 We look from another perspective at this great chapter and emphasize the supremacy of love over everything else in the Christian walk. The possession of great gifts or great knowledge are nothing unless they are accompanied with this love, which is the w

Love Does Not Act Unbecomingly

1 Corinthians 13:5 We look again at the important subject of Christian love. We see that the Lord Jesus Christ personifies this love and serves as our great Example of how this love should be manifested in we who are His children. Here we see that love behaves appropriatel

Love is Patient

1 Corinthians 13:4 We begin to examine the first of the characteristics Paul gives us of the love that he prizes so highly. We look at what patience is and how believers should conduct themselves towards those who hurt them. We should never repay evil with evil but with go

Without Love, All Is Worthless

1 Corinthians 13:3 Continuing our series in this chapter of 1 Corinthians, we see that the love Paul speaks of here is a crucial thing. Without it, we are not believers and it does not matter what deeds we do, what thoughts we think or what words we speak – all these things

Love is greater than spiritual gifts’

1 Corinthians 13:1-2 It is love that covers over a multitude of sins and can keep us together as we work through our differences. Here, the Apostles Paul presents love as the most excellent way and shows that it is far more superior and worth possessing than even the extraor

The Importance of Love

1 Corinthians 13 We begin a series in this glorious chapter of God’s Word by considering the centrality and importance of love in the Christian life. We consider how many divisions there are in Christ’s church today. Of course, there were problems in the New Testament ch