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Christ-Like Love

Created by: Jacqueline Rubiano
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on 7 February 2013

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Transcript of Christ-Like Love

A Christ-like Love By: Jacqueline Rubiano
9-2 Christ-like Love 2. A Christ-like love desires
what is best for the other. 4. A Christ-like love is generous and does not calculate the cost of giving. 5. A Christ-like love is not repulsed by illness or ugliness. 3. A Christ-like love understands and accepts the emotions of others, rejoicing with those who rejoice and weeping with those who weep. 6. A Christ-like love is patient and forgiving. When you think about love, all that runs through your mind is a significant other, hugs, kisses, holding hands or more intimate relationships. Although, that is not the case, a Christ-like love is way more than that. It's helping out others, friends, family, strangers, just anyone in general. Caring for them, loving them, respecting them and helping them out are all signs of a Christ-like type of love. 1. A Christ-like love is not just an emotion,
it is also a decision It's up to you to decide if you want to help others or not, it's your choice. No one is forcing you to love people like how Jesus did. No one can measure up to how much Jesus loved everyone. Good people, and bad, Jesus loved every single one of us. Now, it's our turn to return the favor, love people the way you want to be loved, treat others the way you want to be treated. Some things happen for a reason. For example, someone can be disappointed, maybe things never went the way they wanted it because someone else wanted what was best for them. They need to understand and accept that someone's looking out for them and protecting them. Some peoples feelings affect other peoples feelings as well. If they see their loved one or close friend cry, they'll feel sympathy and weep with them. If they're joyful, the happiness will spread throughout everyone and will be happy together. We should give and learn how to not expect anything in return. Feel blessed to help out others and helping them. Your looks don't matter, people need to remember that you're beautiful, inside and out! If you love someone, you'll always forgive them, but you don't necessarily have to forget about it. Time heals all wounds, be patient and forgive one another. 7. A person with a Christ-like love takes time for him or herself as well as for others. I think it's very healthy to spend time alone at times. You need to know how to be alone and not to be defined by other people. It's also very healthy to spend time with other people. Learn how to socialize and communicate with other people. Learn how to balance things out. Some things can go out of hand. It can go downhill and ruin things, but it's your choice if you want to fix it or not. One little mistake can change the relationship you have with others, but if you care enough not to run away, then try to change it. 8.A Christ-like love does not suffer needlessly but neither does it run from suffering when running would be a denial of love.
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