There is more than one kind of love. There are four words, for example, in the Greek language of Jesus’ day, representing four kinds of love. They were: eros, or passionate, physical love; storge, or family love and cherishing; philia, or friendship love; and agape, used only in the New Testament, to refer to God’s love. Agape love is the unconditional love from fullness, which gives itself away. To use an analogy: if you fill a cup to overflowing by pouring water into from a very large pitcher, the point at which the water overflows the limits of the cup, is when it becomes “agape”-like love. That is how it is with God’s love.