It seems impossible to
describe love itself; the best we can do is to describe its conduct.
Those who possess a love with such characteristics are able to
appreciate it, but not able otherwise to explain it—it is of God,
Godlikeness in heart, in the tongue, in the hands, in the thoughts,
supervising all the human attributes and seeking fully to control
them. As disciples or pupils of Christ, we are in His school; and
the great lesson which He is teaching us day by day, and the lesson
which we must learn thoroughly, if we would attain the mark of the prize of our calling in
all its various features and ramifications, is the lesson of love.
It takes hold upon and relates to all the words and thoughts and
doings of our daily lives. As the poet has said: “As every lovely hue is light—so every grace