agape love

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Noun1.agape love - selfless love of one person for another without sexual implications (especially love that is spiritual in nature)agape love - selfless love of one person for another without sexual implications (especially love that is spiritual in nature)
love - a strong positive emotion of regard and affection; "his love for his work"; "children need a lot of love"
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Another type of love is Agape love. This is love that flows from God to us.
Jesus, fill my child with Your Agape love throughout her entire life,' wrote Centenera.
From a biblical perspective, it is agape love, God's divine love that is even deeper and more complete (1 Cor.
We need to embrace agape love, which promotes sincerity of purpose.
Yet the Bishop went on to explain that agape love is exactly how God loves us.
It is also found that these all predictors (Openness, Conscientiousness, Erotic Love and Agape Love Style) positively influence the criterion variable (marital quality) for the female of joint family.
This will be the debut event of Cover With Love (, a new non-profit that partners with other organizations such as Reality Outreach Unlimited, Coram Deo, Family Promise for the Homeless and Paradym Inc, that is dedicated to showcasing the radical power of unconditional Agape love to the world!
The second type of love is unconditional love, or agape love. This kind of love is present when two people fall in love, get married and live happily ever after.
I would say from watching the dogs, I have noticed in them the highest form of love -- agape love. This form of love is a completely unconditional love and something that we humans often have to work hard at to experience.
The Good Samaritan demonstrates agape love for the customer, in contrast to the priest and the Levite who are parts of an incumbent administrative hierarchy.
As Jesus pray in John, we hear his prayer that "they all may be one." That desire is deeply rooted in divine love, agape love. In this fervent prayer, perhaps Jesus is asking that we find it within ourselves to recognize the gift, that God's people might see the love that is abundant and deep.
The book offers a splendid melding of language, vision, voice, and agape love. It is a gift--a richly imaginative work tinged with rascally humor and suffused with those "doubts and wonders" that produce awe: a reading that is both entertaining and profound.