No gift higher than love
1If I could speak all the human and angelic tongues, but had no love, I would only be sounding brass or a clanging cymbal. 2If I had the gift of prophecy, knowing secret things with all kinds of knowledge, and had faith great enough to remove mountains, but had no love, I would be nothing. 3If I gave everything I had to the poor, and even give up my body to be burned, if I am without love, it would be of no value to me.
4Love is patient, kind, without envy. It is not boastful or arrogant. It is not ill-mannered nor does it seek its own interest. 5Love overcomes anger and forgets offenses. 6It does not take delight in wrong, but rejoices in truth. 7Love excuses everything, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.
8Love will never end. Prophecies may cease, tongues be silent and knowledge disappear. 9For knowledge grasps something of the truth and prophecy as well. 10And when what is perfect comes, everything imperfect will pass away.
11When I was a child I thought and reasoned like a child, but when I grew up, I gave up childish ways. 12Likewise, at present we see dimly as in a mirror, but then it shall be face to face. Now we know in part, but then I will know as I am known.
13Now we have faith, hope and love, these three, but the greatest of these is love.
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