About the Book
God, teach me how to love...
How many times have you heard another person say how much he or she loves someone or something? But then turn around to display that perhaps they don't even truly know what love is afterall?
In today's society we act as if love is some-thing disposable, not eternal. Perhaps that's because many people truly don't know what love is. But did you know that there are actually five different words used for love in the New Testament of the Bible? Did you know that love is not a feeling or an emotion? Did you know that there is no such thing as falling in and out of love?
The Greatest Commandment in the Bible is indeed mentioned in Matthew 22:36-42. In this book about love you will be guided through the steps of understanding just what love is, where it comes from and how to sustain it in your life, your relationships and your obedience to God. You will gain a knowledge of the various types of love and you will be given room to write your thoughts and experiences as you read through the 30 Day Devotional at the back of the book; as you seek God to teach you how to love...
"The Greatest Commandment" is just one book written by Ulysses J.R. Williams and produced by
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