Agape-Love How Important Is It Anyhow? (a Doctrinal Analysis)
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Title: Agape-Love How Important Is It Anyhow? (a Doctrinal Analysis)
By: Rick Gowdy
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 168
Vendor: Xulon Press
Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 5.51 X 8.50 X 0.38 (inches)
Weight: 8 ounces
ISBN: 1602663297
ISBN-13: 9781602663299
Stock No: WW663299

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Did you know that agape (love) is the most prominent theme in the entire New Testament? There are 320 verses that use the root word agape This is a doctrinal analysis of every area in life where godly love will take you, written in an easy-to-comprehend style. God's divine nature can be yours. It is the most rewarding life that God offers both now and in Heaven. The Bible promises these benefits "to all who walk in love," and it has nothing whatever to do with your position or station in life. The benefits are "to fully know God, the fruit of the Spirit, become unblamable in holiness, having all discernment, complete knowledge, to abide in Christ continually, to walk in the Holy Spirit having all power, have all sins covered, and enjoy a magnificent entry into heaven." And there's a whole lot more. Rick Gowdy and his wife Teena have two sons, Derek and Daren, and live in Colorado. Ordained in the ministry in 1976, Rick has served as a missionary assistant in Mexico, an assistant minister in California, a church janitor and youth worker in Arkansas while attending John Brown University, and Social Services Director for Soul's Harbor in Joplin, Missouri. For the last 16 years while trying to find "God's direction," Rick continued to pursue a passion for studying doctrine and theology. Sensing something was missing, he began a study to find out what the Bible states is the most significant priority or duty God requires of us. That endeavor led him to Matthew 22:36-40. "Love your neighbor as yourself." How significant is this and what does it mean? Consequently, this led him to the find of a lifetime. It transformed his life and he hopes yours too

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