Most Talked About Topic In The Bible

Topics in the Holy Bible help us in so many ways. Truly, those inspiring words are the words of God and in the present time, it is the word made flesh.

The Holy Spirit guides everyone to understand the Bible. We can pray to the Holy Spirit to give us wisdom and understand God’s messages through holy men and women like the apostles and the followers of Jesus. We must be happy in the message of Jesus Christ to us and the love he offers for salvation and complete happiness in our lives from his grace, mercy, and love.

Love is the most talked about topic in the Bible. From the Ten Commandments, the first two are: love God above all, love thy neighbors as you love yourself. It says in Christianity and other religions that love for God and others is above all the laws of the earth.

The basic rule of humanity, which is the golden rule, that says “Do not do unto others what you don’t like others to do to you.” Even pagans, love that which they cannot see. All understand each other from the heart and in charity. All approve, thank, and work together for love.

In love, there is forgiveness and transformation. In love, there is acceptance and caring. In love there is fairness (justice) and a firm rebuke. But then, even in the parables from the Bible: the Father glorifies when the prodigal son and sinners come back home.

Love is beyond each others’ color, religion, race, language, status, wealth, education and work. Love is more than sin, gratitude and faith. If you love someone, you will serve him/her /them – is work. It is beyond payment because service in love is offering of the self to God’s plan in our lives. All things work together for good in love. If you’ve done things in love, service and have been aggrieved, worry not, for God sees your heart. All things shall come to pass, but the greatest is love. God is love. Service is love. Offering the self to God’s will every ordinary day is love.

“Let not your heart be troubled. You are trusting God, now trust in me,” (John 14:1).

“All the special gifts and powers from God will someday come to an end, but love goes on forever,” (1Corinthians 13:8).

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