The Greek word Agape is used by the writers of Scripture to convey the concept of how much God loves us. This word is very rarely used in ancient Greek Literature, but its noun and verb forms are used over 300 times in the Greek New Testament. Agape is one of the most important Greek words in the New Testament, yet one of the most difficult words to define. It is the very nature of God and is a Love that is not based on emotion, feelings, or sentiment, but solely on an act of God’s will. Agape is an unconditional love given freely to all without any thought of reciprocation, nor with any strings attached to it. It is sacrificial love personified in the Lord Jesus Christ. God’s desire is for His Perfect Love to culminate in your ability to love others as He loves you! Join us as we discover how to perfect His Love in us and walk on this more Excellent Way!