Paul Wrote the Book of Love: Reflections on 1 Corinthians 13
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BISAC: Religion / Christian Life / Love & Marriage
The 1950’s music group, The Monotones, asked the question, “Who wrote the book of love?” Six decades later, I answer the question in this book. The apostle Paul wrote it. In his first letter to the church at Corinth, Paul writes a comprehensive essay on what love is and what love is not. No doubt, it was timely 2000 years ago when he wrote it, but it is still relevant today. Our society thinks too narrowly about love, usually limiting love to romance. While romantic love is one important and pleasing manifestation of love, it is far from the only or most enduring. All of us want more love in our lives, but until we know what we lack and what we desire, we cannot begin to find it. The purpose of this book is to help the reader find a true, lasting, dependable love.
Uncovering God in Christmas contains daily reflections for the season from Thanksgiving, through Advent and the 12 days of Christmas, to Epiphany. It provides the reader a daily opportunity to leave the chaos of the season and focus on the true reason — Emmanuel, God with us.
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