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Prestonpittman's Blog Love Is Not Boastful
Posted by Prestonpittman on 2009-03-15 02:50:39.

Love is not boastful or vainglorious.  This word boastful in the original language was: perpeREUomai (4068) Origin: Mid. deponent from PERperos, braggart. It means: 1. to speak with exaggeration and excessive pride, esp. about oneself. speak with pride (often fol. by of): He boasted of his family's wealth. –verb (used with object) speak of with excessive pride or vanity: He boasts himself a genius. be proud in the possession of: The... No comments



Prestonpittman's Blog THIS THING CALLED LOVE
Posted by Prestonpittman on 2009-03-14 14:27:10.

This is a study of Gods Word concerning the source; importance; meaning; and application of the teachings about Love. The verses from Mat 22:34-40 and the first three verses of I Cor 13 (together) had been on my mind for some time before I attempted to prepare this study.  It seemed like the Lord would not let me rest with the relevance of this subject in relation to the teachings of the church. While you will find many loving churches that teach... One comment

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