The many expressions of love in a day . . .
The little boy runs through the door and captures my heart with the one made from construction paper. Love written in crayon.
An added treasure to my memory box.
A sheltering friend sends a God-text. The scripture anecdote for the troubling moment.
A cyber love note to make my day.
I’m still smitten with the thoughtful husband who prepares a table for me. . candles, dark chocolate, a red rose alongside the love sonnet penned in blue.
Long before a day was set aside to celebrate love, the world received a love letter written with holy breath from old to new.
I’ve heard that a good definition of love is doing what is best for another regardless of the cost or consequences. I want to love in this way.
God’s love letter to us is written in crimson sacrifice, postmarked Calvary.
Sacred passion on a hillside tree.
The word love is mentioned over 250 times in the New Testament. Four words in the Greek language describe the forms of love. Romantic (eros), deep friendship (phileo), family love (storge), and, the highest love (agape).
May we know ( and show) God’s great and multi-love . . .
A few love notes for you to open!
- 1 John 3:1
- 1 John 4:7
- Galatians 2:20
- Ephesians 4:2
- Romans 8:37-39
God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten son that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16