A word commonly used without depth of meaning and hardly used for its true meaning. Generally used as an adjective.
We love our sports teams.
We love our shoe collection.
Others will say love is a verb requiring an action behind the claim.
“If he loved me, he would have…”,
“I loved it, so I had to buy it!”
But what if we used love, differently? What if love became our “thing”? What if love was the engine and we allow ourselves to be the vehicle? What if we removed the parameters and let love be personified like Christ did for us on the cross? Let’s be love.
This holiday season – and every day: Purpose to let love be abundant. Not just in words and not merely in actions, but let God’s love live deep down in our core so that everyone we meet, every action we do, and every word we speak can be described as…
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