WHAT IS TRUE LOVE ACCORDING TO THE BIBLE?: “Love Is When Your Name Is Safe In Someone’s Mouth” (The Truth, Love & God Series Book 2)

| December 22, 2019

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I’ll show you the definition of TRUE LOVE according to The Bible. It may not be what you think it is.

Imagine that God is real. I believe this. And imagine just for a second that we all live according to His guidelines… imagine… we’re now living in paradise! How good is that!

We are loving each other the way we would like to be loved ourselves. We have peace and not just peace of mind, but real peace in the world. Everyone has shelter, clothes and enough wholesome food to share around.
Doesn’t this sound wonderful?

God’s people know how to do this. Look at the charitable Christian organisations around the world to see that when God’s rules are followed, there is abundance.

Where I live, the 2nd hand shops run by Christian organisations such as Vinnies, Salvation Army and our Red Cross Shop overflow with good quality donated clothes and furniture for minimal prices. Organisations such as Victory Church provide hampers for $35 which provides food for a family of 4 for a whole week! WeCare2 offers groceries for people with limited budgets.

Centacare, Blue Care, Uniting Care provide all kinds of services at minimal or no cost to the aged, disabled and disadvantaged and I can go on and on.

These organisations are only a few of many in my town and show us that Christians know how their heavenly Father wants them to love each other.

Does this love also manifest in our private lives with our own family and friends? Do we know how to and actively love our Father back?

Jesus, a real person, the Son of God, came to save humanity from itself|
‘God Healed Me,’ written by Mimi Emmanuel has been listed in the top 100 books in various categories since it launched in May 2016. It was called, ‘A very inspiring book, full of wisdom and enlightenment,’ and, ‘This book is incredibly good,’ and, ‘You so beautifully present the power of our Living God!’

‘What Is True Love According to The Bible’ is the second book in the Truth, Love & God series.
This series came about after Mimi realised that the ‘Jesus’ stories’ told by her Mum were true. As in Jesus was not just a mythical figure but a real person, the Son of God, who had come down to earth to save humanity from itself.
This book looks into the truth about God and Jesus’ love for humanity and how we are reciprocating. And how few of us ever respond in kind.

‘What Is True Love? According To The Bible,’ is based on decades of Bible study and introspection. The book is an easy and quick one and a half-hour read for the average reader. In addition, there are seventy pages (hundreds) of Scriptural references related to ‘true love according to the Bible.’

The Word Love Is Mentioned 686 Times In The Bible
Many Christians seem to think that the Bible is all about salvation. I agree that Jesus came down to earth to save us from ourselves. However, the main theme throughout the Bible is about how our Heavenly Father would like us to love Him and love each other.

The word ‘love’ and variants thereof are mentioned 442 times in the King James Bible, 545 times in the Amplified Bible and 686 times in the New International Version. That’s a lot of times!
This is in contrast to the word ‘salvation’ which is only mentioned 158 times in the King James Bible, 329 in the Amplified Bible and 114 times in the New International Version.

Salvation comes about because of the love shown to us. Unreciprocated love cannot flourish; we all know that.
Yet many believers think that grace will rain down from heaven no matter what.

Our Father sent His Son and Jesus gave His life so that we may be saved. And then we just say; Thank you!
Is that enough?
Read alongside Mimi to discover how God’s Holy Word spells out to us that true love requires obedience and our Father tells us exactly how to.

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