Who Wrote the Book of Love

Who wrote the book of love? The Monotones asked the question back in the late 50’s. I confess to liking this song and many from that era, even into the 70’s. These were the songs you could dance to where the dancing made sense. The dancing today is more aerobics than anything else. In most cases if you are able to point, fall to the ground, bounce back up and of course grab yourself, you can dance. [I call it having to go pee] LOL

Who Wrote the Book of Love

Just minor changes in the lyrics of this song and you would have not only the start of the love story but who actually wrote it! Course I profess the true book of love is God’s communication to us found in the Holy Bible. More specifically, the Book of 1st. John.

First John is a simple worded book, but the truths it reveals are extremely deep and rich. It focuses on two all-inclusive commandments. One is to “Believe on Jesus Christ” and second is to “Love one another.” Even the first chapter starts out with God addressing His ‘little children.’ There is the sense of tenderness and endearing words reflecting those of a true mother loving her baby.

This book was written so that you and I may have fellowship with our Loving Father. He is the Almighty God who loves like none other. That’s just a part of the reason for Jesus.

This book was written that we might have joy and that joy to be complete. There is happiness that comes and goes but joy found in the shelter of Gods love is true everlasting joy that strengthens our days.

Who wrote the book of love?GOD DID

Until next time,



About Hoss

Married w/ 1 daughter & 3 step-children . Ordained minister. I do supply preaching every opportunity I get. Currently employed in a state prison system. Wife & I own a flower shop in a nearby city. I am approaching my late 50's, although I certainly don't look like it.
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