Do You Know The Different Types Of Love ? 4 Types Of Love

It is clear from even a cursory reading that the Bible stresses the importance of love.  The Bible even says that God is love (1 John 4:8, 16 ESV).

It would not be an overstatement to say that every action that is pleasing to God is motivated by love.  In the English language today, we use the word ‘love’ in a variety of applications.  We say that we lovebroccoli and we say we love our spouses.


The Greek word for sensual love is eros. How does eros apply to Christians today? Find the book portraying eros love in the Bible and learn the only circumstance under which God approves of eros.


Storge is a term for love in the Bible you may not be familiar with. Even though this Greek word for family love is not specifically found in Scripture, examples of it are seen throughout the Bible.


Philia is the type of love in the Bible that most Christians practice toward each other. See how this Greek word for brotherly love is used in its scriptural context.


Agape is the highest of the four types of love in the Bible. Jesus Christ showed this kind of divine love to his Father and to all humanity. Grasp what agape love truly means.

As we think about the different Kinds of Love We take it away:

You Love Me Anyway By Side Walk Prophets

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