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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 Doesnt Account For Evil
Posted by Prestonpittman on 2009-03-14 18:19:08.

Love takes no account of the evil done to it. Here again, the King James rendering, just doesn't cut it for me. It renders I Cor 13 verse 5 as "...thinketh no evil", but when you dig a little deeper into the original use of these words, you see that this refers to: a taking into account of things, and in this perticular case, the thing is "NO EVIL". Now in keeping within the context that this verse is in, we are talking about how LOVE, TAKES NO ACCOUNT OF THE EVIL DONE TO IT, another way to put it... No comments



Prestonpittman's Blog Love Is Not Conceited
Posted by Prestonpittman on 2009-03-14 18:13:50.

Love is not conceited (arrogant and inflated with pride) (ou physiOUtai) Original Greek Definition: To inflate, blow or puff up. In the NT spoken only figuratively of pride or self-conceit. Also from phySAo-:emphySAo- (1720), to breathe on, blow on. Before we get into this section of Love, I wanted to share something from Calvin. "Nothing swells the minds of men so much as a high notion of their own wisdom" (Calvin, p. 471). We, Christians, know that all REAL Wisdom is of God (from... No comments



Prestonpittman's Blog Love Is Kind
Posted by Prestonpittman on 2009-03-14 18:10:45.

Like Patience, Kindness also comes into the Christian by grace, through the Holy Spirit. It is the fruit of Gods Love, now abiding in us, as a result of our decision to Trust in and Rely upon Him. Kindness is produced in us by the Holy Spirit in seasons of spiritual growth. This growth is the result of the love that the Holy Spirit brings into us and our growing knowledge of GODS truth, (His WORD). As the TRUTH about ourselves and each other is revealed to us (we are all sinners, created equal, loved... One comment



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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