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((If) God = Love, (then) Love = God)

((If) God = Love, (then) Love = God)


And therefore whatever God does is motivated by love. If we struggle with this concept it’s because we are defining love as, “what pleases us”, while He defines it as, “what is best for us, or our highest good”.


An easy way to spot this contradiction is when someone says, “God wouldn’t do that, because God is love” in reference to something His word says He clearly did or will do.


We can’t use the Biblical statement “God is love” without then also acknowledging that all God has done throughout His word is motivated by love. Either both statements are true or neither is true.

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