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How well do you know I Corinthians 13? Rene Lafaut wants you to know love even better. In Exploring Faith, Hope & Love (Renewing One’s Life), Rene takes each verse in the love chapter and gives his understanding of what love is. He deals with love vs. the Law. Since the Law only points out where we sin, love is more important to us. We need to humbly show love to all those around us—friends, family, and even enemies. True love is possible only through faith in Jesus and allowing His love to manifest itself through us. The Law leads us to condemn others and treat them as inferior to us. It seeks the impossible from us. However, love gives us the way to live and the means to accomplish loving relationships with ourselves and others. Read this book to grow in godly love.
One of the primary needs of mankind is to be accepted and loved. Yet, how often have you felt someone “loved” you to get something from you? The 1960s saw a decade of “free love.” But, unfortunately, it was neither free nor love. In 1965, Jackie DeShannon reminded us that What the World Needs Now Is Love, Sweet Love. The problem with the 1960s is that it failed to define love and did not even consider the definition of love found in the Bible in I Corinthians 13. Rene Lafaut enters the stage and explains his understanding of what God means by “love” in the Bible. Exploring Faith, Hope & Love (Renewing One’s Life) explains and compares faith, hope, and love. If love is as important as God says it is (more significant than faith and hope), it behooves us to read this book and learn more about love.