First Corinthians 13 has been called the love chapter because of it’s powerful description of love.However, in reading this passage, keep in mind that it’s easy to talk about love, it’s much harder to do the tough work of living it. Love as God intended it, is more than just passion, romantic feelings, or sentimental expressions. It involves commitment, sacrifice, and service. The kind of things that benefit both the giver and the receiver. Love does not rival for attention. Love does not brag on itself. Love does not tread on another’s feelings. Love does not keep a record of wrong. Love does not take offense easily. Love is giving the person the most when they may deserve the least. Love is looking beyond someone faults and seeing their needs. We have to love with our heart and not our head. If we want to please God we must excel at love, love has the greatest value to God. How can we love like this? How can we love unconditional? It starts by accepting Christ’s love for us and then committing oneself to express that kind of love in our life and relationships. We must remember 1 John 4:4 ” Greater is He ( God Spirt) that is in you, than he that is in the world. So we have the power that lives on the inside of us to be able to love like God wants us to love. Remember that if we want love we must give love and we do not stop giving love because someone hurt us, we hurt God but he never stop loving us. Every person is not the same, you can risk loving again because God wants you to love and be loved.