Tag Archives: I Corinthians 13:4

The Real Thing: Love is Kind

I Corinthians 13:4          Several years ago, in the weeks leading up to Valentines Day, 2nd graders in the Lake Charles area were asked, “What is love?”  One wrote: “Love is when you are in love.  When you are in it, somebody … Continue reading

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The Real Thing: Love Is Not Proud

I Corinthians 13:4b          Last year, in Santa Cruz, California, a family went on an outing together at a state park close nearby.  They made tacos, including mushrooms they had picked at the park – but unfortunately, the mushrooms were … Continue reading

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“The Real Thing: Love Is Patient”

I Corinthians 13:4   We often say that those who go on mission trips receive the greatest benefits of the trip, and those who teach Sunday School classes get the most from the lesson.  The same thing is surely true of … Continue reading

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“The Real Thing: A Different Kind of Love”

     There is an obscure people group in Northern Europe, in northern Finland, Norway, and Russia, called the Sami People.  They live not far from the arctic circle and, of course, have much more exposure to ice and snow than … Continue reading

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