Words From An Ex-pharisee

There was a man, we are told, who was a tent-maker and Pharisee, named Saul who came from the city of Tarsus. After a so-called conversion his studies in the Torah and the Prophets resulted in his changing the way the followers of a young rabbi from Nazareth who was put to death by the Sanhedrin and the Romans.

He wrote to various congregations of these christians, and one at Corinth received two major letters. In the first he defined love, of it being long-suffering and kind. It is a beautifully written description which everyone should read at least once a lifetime!

I believe in love. Love brings things into existence. Love is everything!
Anuledroan Anuledroan
18-21, F
Jan 10, 2013