Love means living the way God commanded us to live. As you may have known, His command is this: “Live a life of love” (2 John 1:6, NCV).
“Man does not live by bread alone” goes a saying that is trite but true. We live not only because of the food we eat or the air we breathe, but we also live because of love.
Love can make or break a person, and that depends on how we take it. We have to love and be loved and feel that we matter to somebody. It is only in knowing that someone truly loves us that we can find fulfillment and contentment in life.
Love eases the load that we carry in our hearts. It gives us the strength and courage to shun all our worries and troubles because we know that there is someone whom we can lean on.
When we love someone, sacrificing the great things in our life is an act worthy of emulation.
Life is good if we belong to each other, and we can be assured that he will be there when all others walk away.
Being in love lifts us up the spirit and gives us life, for in our heart, we always believe that those who love us will always be there for us.
Loving others is what God wants us to do for it is only in loving others that we can say we love God. It is through the love of God for us that we are freed from our own inadequacies and failures, and this is because of His love for us and His wonderful purposes for our lives. It is from Him that we get all the power of love that makes us a true disciple.[box type=”default” size=”large”] Food for thought [/box]The best time of love is now: Sometimes procrastination is a legitimate response to a trivial task. But because love is what matters most, it takes top priority.” The Bible stresses this repeatedly. It says, “Whenever we have the opportunity, we should do good to everyone. Use every chance you have for doing good. Whenever you possibly can, do good to those who need it. Never tell your neighbor to wait until tomorrow if you can help them now.”