Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Really kind

At The Thinklings, Philip Schroeder shares something significant about the ever-popular "love chapter," 1 Corinthians 13:
One of the things I notice when I read it is that nowhere does it say what love feels like. Much of society and popular culture talks about love like a feeling that comes and goes. But love is described here by what it does. Love is action. And love without action isn’t love at all. Even just saying, “I love you” isn’t enough.
Good point, and the rest of the article is worth reading, too.


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