Love Is Unselfish!

Father, I pray that whoever is reading this
Your divine power and love be in their
Minds, hearts and souls in Jesus Name.

It is important to understand that the love referred to in 1 Corinthians 13:4-7 (agape) is a kind of love that has nothing to do with the object it is directed at, but rather with the person who possesses it. Agape is unselfish. It does not consider its own interests or needs, nor does it seek anything in return for itself. Instead, agape loves others for their own sake, without expecting anything from them in return.

Agape is the highest form of love. It is unconditional, selfless, and directed at the person who possesses it.

This type of love never depends on circumstances, situations or feelings! God’s agape toward us was never contingent upon anything we did or didn’t do; He loved us before we were born (even before we existed), as well as after death (He lovingly raised us from our graves!).

Agape love is unselfish. Agape love is unconditional. Agape love is sacrificial. You don’t have to be with someone in order to learn how to love them. It’s a powerful example of agape that can be shared with anyone, regardless of your relationship status or proximity to one another.

Agape is an important type of love because it allows you to demonstrate your affection for someone without expecting anything in return—no matter how difficult that may be at times! By putting others’ needs before yours and making decisions based on what will benefit the other person most (rather than yourself), you’ll find that this kind of selfless behavior creates a stronger bond between both parties involved—which makes for an even more meaningful relationship when things get tough later down the road!

What will Jesus do? Be full of grace, self-giving, forgiving, obedient, and
a great listener. Ask yourself, are you Christ-like?

“We love because he first loved us.”

1 John 4:19

Love is the most important virtue in life, and it should be given freely without conditions or expectations. This is why agape love is so rare because it’s hard to find people who are willing to love someone else even if they don’t love them back.

Remember Satan is a liar!!

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