Love is a unique language. It has few words and is communicated without noise. Yet, its message speaks the loudest in the hearts of anyone who receives it. Love bypasses the external and communicates directly with the heart. Love is God’s preferred channel of communication and is the greatest language of all. God is the essence of love; not simply loving but intrinsically and eternally love. His person and nature are love, His loving actions are simply what flows out of whom He is. We love God because he has always loved us and gave everything to build relationship with us. Ready to take His love and start a love revolution?
Love God, Love Others
This is the example given to us by Jesus when He was on Earth. It is available to us and achievable in the love, power, and wisdom of Holy Spirit. This is so simple that most dismiss it as an impossible Utopian dream. When, actually, it is the very thing we were created for. This is how we magnify our Creator and exemplify our Redeemer. When asked by those who should have known better, what is the most important thing to God, Jesus replied, “to love God with every part and fiber of your being and to love others as much as you love yourself.” (Matthew 22:37-39)
“I love each of you with the same love that the Father loves me. You must continually let My love nourish your hearts.” (John 15:9)
Let’s Start a Love Revolution:
Let’s be abandoned and reckless in our loving of God and others. And let’s discover a new level of being in love with Jesus. Let’s revel in the affirmation of the Father. And let’s yield to all that is available to us from Holy Spirit. Let’s bring down the barriers to expressions of love.
We are brave enough to take steps to turn our dreams into reality.
God loves you so it’s time for you to love ‘you’ too.
Let’s smile at others without a hint of criticism, judgment, pity or expectation.
Hope surges within your spirit and let Holy Spirit stay close as you walk out your destiny.
“Love is large and incredibly patient. It’s gentle and consistently kind to all. It refuses to be jealous and does not brag. Love does not traffic in shame and disrespect, nor selfishly seek its own honor. It is not easily irritated or quick to take offense. Love joyfully celebrates honesty and finds zero delight in what is wrong. [It] is a safe place of shelter, for kit never stops believing the best for others. Love does not take failure as defeat, for its never quits.”
(1 Corinthians 13:4-7)