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Good Morning! Happy Wednesday! The love mentioned in this verse:Love<\/b> translates the ancient Greek word agape. In that language there were four distinct words for \u201clove.\u201d Eros was the word for romantic or passionate love. Philia was the word for the love we have for those near and dear to us, be they family or friends. Storge is the word for the love that shows itself in affection and care, especially family affection. But agape describes a different kind of love. It is a love more of decision than of the spontaneous heart; as much a matter of the mind than the heart, because it chooses to love the undeserving. \u201cAgape has to do with the mind: it is not simply an emotion which rises unbidden in our hearts; it is a principle by which we deliberately live.\u201d (Barclay)I hope all of you have an amazing day today! \u2764\ufe0f<\/b><\/i><\/div>\n\n