Year of Publication- first published 1991.
Publisher- Faith Publications, USA.
Number of Pages- 220.
Reviewer– Adaobi Chiemelu.
A book on love like no other. Hagin, as usual, lays out based on the bible the God-kind-of-love. Most Christians have spent a fair share of their individual lives living with the dents made on their personalities by their relationships. Through eight chapters, he
communicates in comprehensible detail the whole matter of reaching the desired state of blessedness in life by committing ourselves to the “God kind” of love. Hagin’s book seeks to drive home
the point that God’s love which has been shed abroad our hearts
(Romans 5:5), when expressed through the series given in 1 Corinthians 13, has the power to do all things; in effect, perfect God’s will in
one’s life and fulfill purpose. The subject of Love is treated with sweet dedication. The love of God is, no doubt, the foundation of every kind of love. Examples of how it can turn things around are given in this book, with the hope that readers may identify with some of the situations. Even those involving enemies, and those
we would otherwise hate. Every required scripture is given, in line,
using the King James Version. Therefore, Hagin’s book endears us
Christians to go on the love walk; after all, the New Covenant says to
love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your mind and all your
strength. And to love your neighbour as you love yourself. Hagin writes as to say, Why not taste this irresistible punch for yourself and see it work.
And may the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, rest and abide with us now and always.