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Jesus Christ’s Love Is So Amazing and no love in this world can compare with it.  The word “Love” is in the air, and people are talking about it, especially in this month of February people exchange their love in different forms. But here is an amazing love that no human being can exchange or express. That is Christ’s love. It is so amazing. He is an amazing lover of all lovers.

Dear friends,

Greetings again in the name of our soon coming Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

I am s glad to speak to you in this fashion.

Yes, today I have a small question to you all.

What’s the specialty of February month?

Yes, it’s really interesting to note that this month is entitled to Love, or let me put it this way, people all around the world are in a celebration mood of enjoying Valentine’s day.

The word “Love” is on the air, and people are talking about it, especially in this month of February people exchange or show their love in different forms.

But here is an amazing LOVE that no human being can exchange or express. That is Christ’s love. It is so amazing. He is an amazing lover of all lovers.

Its expression is coming in different forms and methods.

Love, Love, Love, Yes Love is all around!

Yes, February month’s specialty is really an amazing one!

All around everyone is talking about love, love, and love.

Yes, its expression is everywhere in different forms and methods.

Yes, no doubt it’s a really lovely and wonderful thing to experience the love of dear ones, especially on this occasion.

But my dear friends, at this wonderful moment I have a few questions for all of you. Just a moment.
Have you ever thought about what exactly life is all about?

Did you ever think about the purpose of your being on this earth?

Or let meet put it this way,  what for I am here?

Or what is the purpose of my life?

Or What exactly I want to do, live on this earth?

Have you ever thought of such questions?

If the answer is either, Yes or No, don’t worry.

You can find these questions answered in the Living Word, The Bible, the wonderful loving Words the greatest gift ever given to humanity.

The Bible says, “God Is Love!” (John 4:8) – And that He loves you!

He is your loving Heavenly Father who made this whole universe for you to live in.

God made you with a wonderful nature and body. God is not only loving but He is a Spirit too. (I John 4:24).

Yes, He is great and His love is unfathomable which no one on earth can explain. People like you and me can’t understand its deepness.

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life” John 3:16.

Only because of His greatest love, He sends His only son (Jesus Christ) to this earth for us.

Jesus Christ is the replica of the Heavenly Father to show us what God is like. Jesus Christ was born to a humble woman called Mary.

From the beginning, He talked about love. He not only preached but also practiced or showed His love to others. He lived in love all the time and finally, He gave His life for us on the cross of Calvary to save us from our wretched sinful condition.

The amazing fact is that He loved his enemies!

Yes, we are all sinners we need a savior and we need to be forgiven.

The Bible says… without forgiveness for our sins, we will be separated from God’s perfect love (Romans 3:23; 6:23).

Yes, because of our sinful nature, we all deserve punishment.

Our destination was hellfire.

But, God loved us so much that He sent His only son Jesus Christ for the remission of our sins.

He promised to forgive our sins if we would believe in Jesus and accept Him as your Savior.

Jesus wants to come and live with you. He wants to be your best and loving friend and savior. He says, “I stand at the door (of your heart) and knock; if you hear my voice and open the door I will come into you. (Revelation 3:20)

To obtain this wonderful love and salvation of Jesus Christ, all you need to do is accept Him as your Lord and Savior, for this only one thing you have to do, that is “confess with your mouth that, I am a sinner, I am not a righteous person, and I accept you as my Lord and Savior in my life.”

Salvation through Jesus Christ is a gift of God.

There is nothing more you need to do to obtain it.

You need not work for it.

It’s absolutely free on asking.

Confess your sins to Him and accept Him as your Lord and Savior.

The Bible says, “By Grace (God’s Love) we are saved through faith not of ourselves or by our own good deeds. It’s the gift of God (Ephesians 2:8, 9)

Christ’s love is so amazing. He is an amazing lover of all lovers.

Friend, if you are not yet received Jesus Christ into your heart; this is the best time to receive Him. Right now you can receive Him, just pray this little prayer with me:

“Dear Jesus, I am a sinner and I believe that you are the Son of God, you died on the cross of Calvary for my sake.

Please forgive me for all my sins. I now invite you to my heart, I accept you as my personal Savior and Lord. I humbly say this prayer in the name of my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ’s name.

Jesus Christ not only saves you but also keeps you saved.

As we have seen in the previous content, ‘salvation through Jesus Christ is the gift of God.’

We read in Romans chapter 6:23 that “The gift of God is eternal life.”

And once you have received it, it’s forever, you can’t lose it. If you could; it would not be eternal. If one falls and makes mistakes, Jesus promised, “Whoever has come to me I’ll never cast them away (John 6:37).

If you are disobedient He may punish you, but he will never forsake you. He said I’ll never leave you nor forsake you (Heb. 13:5).

When you open your heart to Jesus and he comes in, everything becomes new, a great change takes place in your life. You become like a newborn babe.

Jesus said “…no one can see the kingdom of God unless he is born again. John 3:3.

Your old nature will go and a new nature will take shape. 2 Corinthians 5:17 say…

If anyone is in Christ he is a new creation; the old has gone, and the new has come!

From that point of life, everything starts afresh.

You need to know more and learn more. Like a baby, a new believer needs fresh milk (Word of God) to grow.

In First Peter 2:2 we read “like a newborn baby, crave for pure spiritual milk, so that by if you may grow up in your salvation.

You need to read and study the Word of God that leads you to perfection and spiritual maturity.

Psalm 119:105 says, “Your Word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path, Word of God as the living light to your path. It will guide you with all the needed instructions for your daily life. It’s the spiritual food for your soul and you need to take this daily in a systematic way to grow spiritually.

In the New Testament, the four gospels give an account of Lord Jesus Christ’s earthly life.

Start reading John’s gospel. It gives an account of Jesus Christ’s loving words; it’s very easy to understand. From these passages, you get a clear-cut understanding of God’s plan for you.

When you accept Jesus Christ as your personal Lord and Savior you are filled with Holy Spirit.

This Holy Spirit will guide you and help you in your daily life.

Holy Spirit also helps you to witness Him to the ends of the world. (Book of Acts 1:8). Holy Spirit is a comforter, who like a loving mother stays close to the newborn child of God.

A born-again Christian needs to have constant contact with his Savior. How can this be possible?

It’s only possible through prayer and by the reading of God’s Word (There Bible).

Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you, for everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds, and to him who knocks the door will be opened. Luke 11:9-10.

The prayer will come naturally to a child of God like a newborn babe who craves milk from his mother.

Prayer is the link between the greatest lover of all, the Heavenly Father, and His children.

God’s children can contact Him at any time without any restriction of time or place. He is reachable and very close to the one who seeks him.

Draw near to God, and He will draw near to you (James 4:8).

‘Agape’ Love, the Real Love

The world over the lovers just celebrated the wonderful and exciting day February 14 with much pomp and pleasure.

Unfortunately the word “Love” today is a much-misunderstood word. Many are carried away by this wonderful word.

Some are very sweetly cheated and got cheated by this word.

It looks like in today’s world this magnificent word became like a piece of elastic.

It is pulled and stretched in all directions. Sad to say, it merely turns to subject deals with two individuals’ intimate relationships like kissing hugging, etc. on TV screens and film screens. This type of showing intimacy towards each other is misunderstood or termed as ‘Love’.

Ultimately the real meaning is terribly missing somewhere on the way. In short, the word ‘love’ is misused miserably.

In continuation of my previous content “An Amazing Lover of All Lovers” let me pen down a few more things about that greatest and amazing love, the love of God and His Son Lord Jesus Christ.

There are three kinds of love mentioned in the Bible.

Eros: This Greek word had been so widely referring to physical or sexual love. Our present-day word “erotic,” meaning the arousing of sexual love or desire, comes from the word eros. It simply means ‘lust’ this word does not appear in the Greek New Testament, however.

Agape:  “Agape is total love, a special term that represents the divine love of God towards His Son Jesus Christ.  This is the best of the three types of love in the Bible.

The love that devours those that experience it. Whoever knows and experiences Agape sees that nothing else in this world is of any importance, only loving.  It is the love that God commanded all believers to have for everyone whether he or she is a believer in Christ or not.

This love should not be determined by our feelings.

Phileo: This word refers to an emotional type of love that comes out of rapport or compatibility with, or affection for, someone or something.

There is a personal attachment suggested. It is used a number of times in the New Testament. Some of the variations are:

Philadelphia: including brotherly love or fraternal affection.

Hebrew 13:1 uses it:  “Let brotherly love continue.” This word is familiar to North Americans because William Penn used it to name his city for religious freedom, now one of the largest cities in the United States. In fact, the motto for the city of Philadelphia is the text from Hebrews 13:1.

Philadelphos, indicating fondness of brethren see I Pet. 3:8).

Philanthropia, suggesting benevolence (see Titus 3:4)

Philandros, implying affectionate emotions (see Titus 2:4)

Philoteknos, showing a fondness for one’s children (see Titus 2:4)

Agape refers to real love or the greatest kind of love. It has to do with the love which God has and the love that believers should have. It involves not only emotions but also the will.

God’s love towards us to send His only son Jesus Christ to die on the cross for us- this is the ‘agape-love.

Or in other words, loving the unattractive and undeserving one means reconciliation with old enemies and accepting them with an open heart.

This love is far greater than modern love.

This love represents being committed and caring for the other person whatever or whatever situation he may be in.

The Christians should show this love to their fellow brethren. This is what the difference others found in the Christian faith.

Phileo is based on a mutual response, agape loves even when there is no response to it. Only God-given love is capable of that.

There are four types of agape:
1. Love of God the Father for the Son (see John 15:9).
2. Love of God for the human race (see John 3:16).
3. Love of God for the believer (see I John 4:19).
4. Love of the believer in God (see Rom. 8:28; I John 4:19).

Let us embrace this great lover and His love so that through our lives we can reflect the world the same love.


Dear Friend,


You may not even know

Who Jesus Christ Is!

But, Jesus Loves You.

His Love Is So Amazing!

Accept It And Be Blessed.

May God help.

To Know More About Jesus Christ

And His Love

Please contact us or

Please Visit: Back to the Bible

Thank you for your time.

Originally posted on: Feb 14, 2011 
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  1. Too many people forget that love, the verb, was the main message Jesus had for all of us.

    “Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.

    “This is the first and great commandment.

    “And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself”

    February 18, 2023
    • Hi David,
      What a pleasant surprise.
      Nice to hear from you after a while.
      Thanks for your wonderful feedback on the greatest love. I appreciate your time.
      With all good wishes Season’s Greetings
      and Christian Love
      ~ Phil

      February 19, 2023

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