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The Concept of Love


THE CONCEPT OF LOVE BY JOHN ISHOLA OLAFENWA
INDEX OF CONTENTS
Û INTERPRETATION OF LOVE
Û DYNAMICS OF LOVE
Û TYPES OF LOVE
Û FALLING IN LOVE
Û FUNDAMENTALS OF LOVE
Û BOUNDARIES OF LOVE
Û THE MARTIN LUTHER RULE
Û HOW TO MAKE THE CHANGE
INTERPRETATION OF LOVE
One of the most misinterpreted yet important concepts in human
history is love, the same love which made God to send His Son to die
for our sins is what some people claim lead them into sin. For instance
many people that claim to fall in love often end up committing
fornication and adultery. If love is capable of causing evil, why did God
command us to love one another? Could the same force that makes a
man righteous also render him a sinner? Could there flow out good and
evil from the same force called love? To answer these questions
requires a deep knowledge of the word of God and the help of the Holy
Spirit.
The greatest of all the commandments of Jesus is that we should love
one another; Jesus said that all other commandments hangs on love
indicating that anyone who is in love will be able to obey all the
commandments of God. A world that is full of love cannot experience
any evil, and if everyone fall in love with one another, they will do no
evil against one another. However, we all know that the world we live
 
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