Everyone who loves is born of God and knows God. The apostle John reiterates that anyone who does not love, does not know God because God is love. Knowing God is empowerment for doing exploits. If knowing God implies walking in love, we can conclude that those who walk in love do exploits. God makes us more than conquerors through His love. The miracles and works of Jesus Christ are the direct products of His love for the Father and for human beings. It is surprising to realize that believers do not put any premium on love. For some inexplicable reason virtue is vilified whereas vice is applauded. As a result of the negative things attached to love, people detest to walk in love. The world associates lovers with losers and haters with heroes. They confuse humility with timidity and pride with preeminence. These warped worldly notions about godly virtues have influenced the attitude of the Church towards virtues like love. The aim of this book is to elucidate the power of love. The compelling evidence that love is a powerful tool for the performance of great feats cannot be overlooked.