“LOVE KEEPS NO RECORD OF WRONGS.”….At first glance we would all say it means exactly what it says. Really?...Firstly that isn’t even the original translation from the KJV. I always go to the King James Version as I feel it is the most accurate translation and that would be a topic in itself. The kjv says, “Thinketh No Evil.”..the next verse goes on to say, “Not Easily Provoked”. Common sense and other verses in the bible would dictate another meaning other than what is implied by most. It would be foolish to not keep a record of wrong or else how would we know any better to not REPEAT the “failures” and “bad choices” and "bad people" in our lives? Just like Matt 7 where many misquote this verse as well…”Judge not least ye be judged”…yeah, well keep reading. There is obviously more to it, for there are many verses showing we need to judge, or how else can we discern, good from evil, right from wrong? We need to judge GODLY and RIGHTEOUSLY and with the right motive. So it is with this verse…1 Cor 13:5..”Love Thinketh No Evil” What does it mean to not think or seek evil, to not be easily provoked? I personally think it goes much further than keeping any record of wrongs. The bible also says, “To Be Angry, But In Your Anger Do Not Sin”. So clearly having a thought, or a feeling or a memory isn’t the problem, it is what we do with that ANGER, what we do with that THOUGHT, and what we do with that FEELING or memory (ptsd) that becomes wrong, becomes sin, becomes a tool in Satan’s hand. LOVE…true agape love will not allow it. But be assured, one must keep a record of wrong of some kind, as to not go back. Think of Moses and the Israelites.