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Love Notes

definitions of love words from I Corinthians

patient bearing provocation, annoyance, misfortune, delay, hardship, pain, etc. with fortitude and calm and without complaint or anger
kind mild, gentle
anger a strong feeling of displeasure and belligerence aroused by a wrong
delight something that gives great pleasure
evil morally wrong or bad, immoral, wicked
protects to defend or guard from attack, invasion, loss, annoyance, insult
trusts confident expectation of something, hope
perseveres to persist in anything undertaken, maintain a purpose in spite of difficulty, obstacles or discouragemetn, continue steadfastly
envy a feeling of discontent or covetousness with regard to another's advantages, success, possessions, etc
boast to speak with exaggeration and excessive pride, especially about oneself
proud having, proceeding from or showing a high opinion of one's own dignity, importance or superiority
dishonor disgrace, ignominy, shame
self-seeking seeking of one's own interest or selfish ends
Created by: h8student