Send the Son of Man, the manifestation of My Love.

 

“For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.” John 3:16.

Loved, agapao; Strong’s #25. Unconditional ( not conditional or limited: absolute)love, love by choice and by an act of the will. The word express’s unconquerable ( incapable of being conquered) benevolence ( disposition to do good: a generous gift) and undefeatable goodwill ( a kindly feeling of approval and support).

Agapao will never seek anything but the highest good for fellow mankind. Agapao (the verb) and agape (the noun) are words for God’s unconditional love. It does not need a chemistry, (a strong mutual attraction, attachment, or sympathy) an affinity, or a feeling. Agapao is a word that exclusively belongs to the Christian community. John 3:16 is a theme summary of the gospel in which God’s love is manifested in an infinitely glorious manner.

 

 

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Chris
    Dec 01, 2012 @ 01:34:49

    I will never understand God’s unconditional love because I’m not God. I didn’t have to carry the weight of the world’s sin on my shoulders as I was being crucified.

    But, I understand it enough as God clearly communicates His great love through His Word.

    “Not conditional or limited.” It is, indeed, amazing.

    Thanks Manny.

    Reply

    • Mannyr
      Dec 01, 2012 @ 13:29:13

      His love is not of this world for sure. Someone asked me if i have ever thought about Adam and Eve and how the Lord placed the zigzagging sword with Cherubim at the garden of Eden. Then they told me “we know it was to guard the tree of life.” Why?” Pause–Answer, “because if they had eaten of the tree of life in their sinful state there would be no way for us to be redeemed!” Can you imagine humanity without redemption?

      What a wonderful God.

      Reply

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