Love is a serious issue in human life. While people will quibble and cavil about religious persuasions and academic issues, it appears that love is something people agree upon in an astounding unanimity. When the question of religion is brought onboard, We Will have Papists, Protestants, agnostics, deists, Buddhists, atheists, Skeptics, etc. In many aspects of human life, We are often confronted with bigoted factions and stubborn and fawning sycophants, but love brings to an end all wars. Love will bring together one raised in scarlet and pomp, and another whose lot has been reduced to almost eternal pauperism. Love will bring together the President’s daughter and the son of the chief opposition. The power of love is eternal in its possibility and the basis of life.

 The World has had amazing love stories we often crave. In Greek mythology, love brought about the Trojan War, for King Menelaus of Sparta couldn’t stand the loss of his pulchritudinous wife, Helen of Troy, to Paris. In the English literary hall of fame, the Shakespearean Romeo and Juliet, is a powerful demonstration of the power of love, for love knows not presumed family differences. Jacob endured fourteen years in servitude to acquire the desire of his eyes—Rachael Laban. David’s life was preserved because of His rapport with Jonathan and Michal, children of the bloodhound—King Saul—who kept on hunting him like a wildebeest. What about History’s dean of sagacity? What did he have to say about love? 

KJV Song of Solomon 8

6 Set me as a seal upon thine heart, as a seal upon thine arm: for love is strong as death; jealousy is cruel as the grave: the coals thereof are coals of fire, which hath a most vehement flame.

7 Many waters cannot quench love, neither can the floods drown it: if a man would give all the substance of his house for love, it would utterly be contemned.

Over and above all these, the greatest demonstration of love in the History of the Universe was demonstrated at Calvary. The Son of God giving His life for the unrepentant and disobedient guilty race is a love strange to all of us in its quality. It’s often easy and tempting to love the beautiful, but Christ’s sacrificial love was bestowed upon the ugly and unpromising me and you. It’s easy to love the respectful and nice people, but Calvary reveals a love not seen before, for we were a pompous and blasphemous mob cursing and threatening. To this extent, love gets its true definition of an enduring principle and not mere feelings that are actuated and controlled by hormones and circumstances.  By the way, are you in LOVE? Are you sure?

In 1992, Gary Chapman an American author wrote his best selling book: 

The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate. 

His sentiments have been adopted by many and they include: 

  • Words of Affection 
  • Quality Time 
  • Receiving Gifts
  • Acts of Service 
  • Physical Touch

For your relationships to blossom and thrive, you may need to know your love language and that of your beloved. If your mate is charmed with words of affection, then you are safe on this page. We manufacture words 😍😍. It’s work to be done and any unwillingness to work means you are not ready for the relationship and you must immediately go back where you belong; the caucus of the singles.

What About God’s Love Language?

KJV John 14

15 If ye love me, keep my commandments.

God makes it clear that if we love Him, We keep His Commandments. And this is where God gets into the nerves of an average and sin-loving Christian. God is not asking us to say how much we love Him as many professed Christians often sing around, “I love Jesus”. God believes not the saying but doing. “You say that you love me, it’s okay, but it means nothing to me. It’s obedience that I interpret as love. God does not believe in words of affection, but in acts of affection.  All that is nothing but a misuse of Adenosine Triphosphate. 

Obedience, perfect and perpetual, was the condition of eternal happiness. On this condition man was to have access to the tree of life.  – Patriarchs and Prophets 49.2

16 thoughts on “GOD’S LOVE LANGUAGE

  1. God does not believe in words of affection, but in acts of affection. All that is nothing but a misuse of Adenosine Triphosphate.

    This caught my attention. Thank you. Wonderful piece.

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  2. I heard it being said that modern day Christians are like: I can do anything through Christ who strengthens me, except keep His commandments.
    (John 14:15)

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  3. “See from His head, His hands, His feet,
    Sorrow and love flow mingled down!
    Did e’er such love and sorrow meet,
    Or thorns compose so rich a crown?
    Were the whole realm of nature mine,
    That were a present far too small;
    Love so amazing, so divine,
    Demands my soul, my life, my all.” SDAH 104


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