She’ll be wearing an apron with no food stains on it (because she’s perfect like that) and her hair will be perfectly done up.
These qualities can certainly be found in the person of Jesus Christ, and they can be found in all truly loving relationships.
In light of I Corinthians 13:4-8 (above), it is easy to see that premarital sex is not patient, it is not kind, it does not protect, it is self-seeking. We can only identify true love and know when we have found it, based on the Word of God.
When we match our relationships up to what the Bible says that love is—and we are honestly prepared to make a life-long commitment to that person—then we can say that we are truly “in love.” The three keys to that statement are: We have to… , All Rights Reserved—except as noted on attached “Usage and Copyright” page that grants Christian Answers.
Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth.
It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.
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