1. Eros love -- sensual type of love 2. Philos love -- more of a brotherly affection of love 3. Agagpe love -- more of a self-sacrificing type of love
I. The Law of Love Commanded (vv. 7-8) A. Love as a old commandment (v. 7) B. Love as a new commandment (v. 8)
II. The Life of Love Applied (vv. 9-11) A. The positive result (v. 10) 1. The test -- 'He that loveth his brother. . .' 2. The result -- 'abideth in the light. . .' 3. The application -- 'and there is none occasion of stumbling in him.' B. The Negative result (vv. 9, 11) 1. The claim -- 'He that said he is in the light. . .' 2. The test -- '. . .and hateth his brother. . .' 3. The consequences -- '. . .is in darkness until now.'
Ken was born in Greenville, South Carolina. While Pastor Ken‚Äôs dad was stationed in Greenville with the Air Force, a Bob Jones University student led him to Christ. When he finished his enlistment, he enrolled at BJU and studied for the ministry. After a few years as a youth...