How do you use 'agape' in a sentence?
It depends on what you mean by "agape".
Agape (pronounced uh-gay-p) means "open to a large extent". For example, "The person's mouth was agape after a skateboarder landed a very hard trick."
Agape (pronounced a-ga-pay) means "love of humanity" or "impersonal love". For example, "It is through the agape of Christ that Christians seek redemption for their sins."
It is important to know how to use new vocabulary. "Do not stand there with your mouth agape, get out and do something!".
Environmentalist Christians believe that agape love in action is to love the world. [Agape being the Greek word for love (of God)]
He was agape when he saw the spectacular view from the top of the hill.
Agape is a noun meaning God's love for mankind. But English can use nouns as adjectives. Mountain is a noun but can be used as an adjective as in "The mountain pass is wide." So we can say "Agape love is the highest form of love."
agape-wide open, very wide. 1. The cave was agape. 2. Tommy herd news so shocking his mouth fell agape.
The patrons stood and gaped at the movie stars, who were filming a scene in the local department store
Basically I have to create a cartoon strip about 'Agape' And for a start the internet does not give me the answer at all. Anyone help me?
I'm not sure about the context but 'Agape' is Greek for love - see related link below and use my message board if I can help .
An Agape letter is an example of agape Agape is strong chritian/faith love. (love for eachother through christ)
In that context agape means "wide open."
Agape is an adjective.
Agape Church was created in 1979.
Agapē Agape has 128 pages.
The duration of The Mouth Agape is 1.37 hours.
The motto of Agape College is 'Training Leaders for Tomorrow'.
Agape is not a Greek god/goddess: it's a word.
Agape means in wonder, stare opened mouthed or in amazement.
"Agape" is a word that originated in Greece. It means "wide open, unconditional love." Therefore, agape love is a love that is free, welcoming, and nonjudgmental.
Agape in Hebrew looks like unconditional love.
The ISBN of Agapē Agape is 0-670-03131-3.
agape, & 'agapo' literally means 'i love' ...'agape' is the word love
The Agape scandal was the fact that they were defrauding people with the Ponzi scheme.
Agape - 2009 is rated/received certificates of: Finland:K-13
Agape is the Greek work for "love" and is used as a noun. i.e. "There was a great love (agape) between the mother and her daughter." Agapo is used as a verb, such as: "I love (agapo) ice cream".
Agape - 2008 was released on: USA: 5 January 2008 (internet)
Joyce agape - 2009 was released on: USA: June 2009
Agape is Love. The kind of Love that god has for us. A love that has no ending, a forgiving love. When God sent His only Son to die on the cross so that we could be saved from the pit of hell, that was Agape.
a type of love (:
Answer The Greek language has different words for different types of love, including agape (unconditional love) and philia (brotherly love). An important scripture that refers to agape love is in John's Gospel, where Jesus implied that the other disciples gave him unconditional love when he asked Peter, "Do you love (agape) me more than these (the other disciples)?" Each time, Peter answered that he loved Jesus, but each time he was only able to offer… Read More
The best definition for agape as it is used in this excerpt is "wide open."
The cast of Agape - 2009 includes: Jasmin Hamid as Misia Jarkko Miettinen as Patrick
I assume you mean in the New Testament, as the Old was not originally written in Greek and Hebrew/Aramaic do not have clearly different words for love like phileo and agape. In any case, phileo is used only 25 times in the entire New Testament. This is a sharp contrast from agape/agapeo which is seen in noun or verb form at least 262 times. Most notably, phileo and agape are both used in the famous… Read More
Agape is a type of love. In the Hebrew language there are three different words for love and all three represent a different kind. One means the love of family and friends, another means love of a spouse, and the third is agape which means unconditional, unwavering, and self-sacrificing love for others. God teaches us this by sending Jesus to die on the cross. This was the largest act of agape that could ever be… Read More
Witchblade - 2001 Agape 2-3 was released on: USA: 17 June 2002
Witchblade - 2001 Agape 2-3 is rated/received certificates of: USA:TV-14
The cast of Agape Love - 2014 includes: Sydney Henderson as Rebecca Jeremy Marr Williams as Andrew
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Agape means Love... its a Greek language word. Greeks had 3 different words for LOVE... "eros" " philios " and " agape" It is a Greek word translated into English meaning love.Christians regard it as the love of God It is a Greek word translated into English meaning love.Christians regard it as the love of God
they say agape is eternal. that's unconditional love, usually reffering to god they say agape is eternal. that's unconditional love, usually reffering to god
Viktor Warnach has written: 'Agape' -- subject(s): Agape, Bible, Biblical teaching, Christianity, Love, Religious aspects of Love, Theology
The cast of Agape - 2007 includes: Jozica Avbelj Stefka Drolc Nina Ivanisin Alenka Kozolc Vladimir Vlaskalic
to put all other ppl in this world completely before yourself. to be selfless. all needs of others should be put before your own. that is agape
Tell the child, Agape love is how I feel about my spouse and you. Phileo love is the kind of love i have towards my friends.
Pastor Greg - 2005 Agape 3-2 was released on: USA: 8 February 2008
The address of the Agape Innercity Christian Assembly is: 701 E Bay St, Charleston, SC 29403-5079
Eros, Agape, Phileo.
love = aloha
The ancient Greeks had different words for different types of love, including agape, unconditional or spiritual love. There is no direct translation of this word into English or into ancient Aramaic.
The cast of Agape - 2011 includes: Andrzej Chyra as Nazi Anna Cieslak as Anna Michalina Gruszka as Sophia Igor Pyrczak as Jacob
Agape is a Greek term and is used to describe God's Love (1 John 4:8). Indeed, God is love. It is different from the other Greek term 'philia' or brotherly love and another world for romantic or sexual love. If you had a bible version in the Greek language, you would see the term 'agape.'