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The Bible presents four types of love based on ancient Greek definitions; eros, phileo, storge, and agape. However, those are not the only Greek definitions. There are four others, but they are not biblically acceptable; pragma, philautia, ludus, and mania. The secular view of eros may also be included. Pragma or practical love is about …

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Anger in its purest form can be a very beautiful and desirable emotion. One of the greatest features of God is that He can be angry. However, His anger is entirely different from ours. God is superior to us in every way and every nature or attribute that He has is beautiful. God’s anger, according …

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In (1 Corinthians 13:5 Doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil;), Paul tells us that one of the characteristics of Godly love is that it is not rude. In the King James version, it is translated as “love doth not behave itself unseemly.” The word “unseemly” …

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Most often, when people have offended us, we keep a mental list of every wrong that has been done to us. Given the opportunity, we remind ourselves and our offenders about the offenses and use this list against them. Such a hateful attitude can easily turn into bitterness or even a feud. It can turn …

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In 1 Corinthians 13:4, Paul mentions that love does not boast. Oftentimes, we like flaunting our personal trophies before people, whether it is fame, power, or fortune. We love talking about ourselves because it makes us feel like we are higher and better than other people. Boasting can be either an expression of a highlighted …

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The Bible identifies the Antichrist as one who will oppose God and His people in the last hour (1 John 2:18 Little children, it is the last time: and as ye have heard that antichrist shall come, even now are there many antichrists; whereby we know that it is the last time.). The apostle John …

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Gratitude, a constant state of thankfulness, is one of the most important characteristics of a believer in Christ. A person who has learned how to be thankful in all circumstances is more likely to experience a greater blessing from God and is on track to become a more mature Christian. There are several important things …

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