Enjoy having a full-color Bible study resource that dives into what the Bible says about love, practical applications, simple summaries, quick-reference charts, and more. Includes over 70 Bible references, 4 comparison charts, encouraging quotes, scannable lists, and illustrations.
How can we better love those around us? Dig deeper into 1 Corinthians 13 (“The Love Chapter”) with this quick-reference pamphlet. Featuring over 70 verses, 4 comparison charts, encouraging quotes, and more—it will deepen your understanding of what it means to love God and to love others. Perfect for individual use, small groups, or church giveaways.
Simple summaries and overviews of Paul’s teaching
4 full-color, quick-reference charts
Comparing what love is and is NOT (includes verse, definition, and Scripture)
7 Positive Qualities of Love (description, biblical example, and practical application)
Negative Qualities (explanation, biblical example, practical application)
Comparison of the 5 Types of Love
“The Love Chapter” in the Bible is one of the most precious passages of all time. The kind of love portrayed in 1 Corinthians 13 is true love—strong and determined—and it is not for the faint of heart. In this beautiful, full-color, 14-page 1 Corinthians 13 pamphlet, you will read the full text of this chapter and understand the teachings and insights in depth.
Key Features of the 1 Corinthians 13 Pamphlet—
Quick-Reference: Includes 4 full-color charts and scannable lists with easy-to-read headers that are designed to help you find the information you need at a glance.
Practical: Easily see relevant and helpful tips to apply the biblical principles of Christian love to your daily life.
Simple Overviews: Easy-to-read summaries, bullet-points, and charts help you condense complicated concepts into short and relatable ideas.
Solid & Reliable: Packed with Scriptures, Bible stories, and references for a Bible study resource your can trust.
These days, love is a risky adventure requiring not only strength and character, but also a vulnerable, gritty commitment. Paul’s famous passage on love, 1 Corinthians 13, is often quoted during weddings, but it has a far greater application to today’s world. 1 Corinthians 13 unpacks this meaty chapter without sentimentalism, examining and applying the hard work involved in loving another human being, spouse, child, friend, or neighbor.
Explore the Four Kinds of Love in the Bible
Discusses the differences in the four kinds of love:
Agape (unconditional, God-like)
Storge (gift-love between parents and children)
1 Corinthians 13 includes principles that bring healing and restoration to marriages and families today. This pamphlet is perfect for people who are engaged, married, or caretakers for the sick or elderly. 14 panels, fits inside most Bibles, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, unfolds to 38 inches long.
Group and individual Bible studies
Couples & pastoral counseling
Church bookstores & libraries