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    given in love

    It doesn't matter what you give Jesus as long as it is given in love.

    Hi,
    Is "in love" in the above equivalent to "with love" in meanings? If not, what does it mean? Thanks,

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    Re: given in love

    Yes, it's equivalent.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: given in love

    It means something like given through/out of/because of love to me. It's equivalent.

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