Gift of Comprehension

Let us continue to muse today from I Corinthians 13 and the superiority of Christ’s love. In this chapter Paul deals with the distribution of God’s gifts to man. He reminds us that they are worthless if not accompanied by the love of God shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost. In 13:2 he mentions the gift of comprehension. He speaks of one who knows prophecy, understands the mysteries of time, and has all knowledge but has no love. He says this person is as nothing. It gives the indication of a zero with the rim rubbed out. All that is done when added up will still equal zero.

Author: tomgilliam

An Evangelist preaching the gospel, line upon line, precept upon precept, with enthusiam.

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