There is more than one way to say LOVE. The Greeks had at least eight different ways to say love, and those eight words are as follows: Agápe, Éros, Ludus, Mania, Philautia, Philía, Pragma, and Storgē.
A great wall along the entire border between America and Mexico will divide families and suppress the human rights of the undocumented immigrants now living in America who, under a Trump regime, most definitely will get deported—will be sent back to Mexico. It is futile to think that said proposed wall will ever be able to “mend” (repair what is broken in) America. The uncomfortable truth is that not even a good wall will make us—Americans and Mexicans—good neighbors who are peaceful, loving, caring, fair, unprejudiced, helpful, selfless, and impartial.
God not only promises us that He will love us unconditionally, but also He promises us that He will love us forever. His Love never is cold, never is preferential, never rejects us, and never leaves us. God’s Love never changes! We are to love one another in like manner.
Love doesn’t get any nobler than agápe. There is no doubt that agápe is the highest kind of love there is. No other type of earthly love can come close to God’s unconditional, self-denying, long-suffering, kind, and supportive type of love.