Tuesday, 27 October 2020

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Reflection on What Love Is

 


Love bears all things. Love endures all things. Love never fails.

This is the love we have and will have for our children, even when they are rude, even when they are unreasonable, or even if they desert us in our old age, we will never disown our own kids.

Love bears all things. Love endures all things. Love never fails.

This is the love we should learn to give to our spouse.

Our greatest need isn’t to be loved. Our greatest need is to learn how to love.

Learning to love our children teaches us how to love our spouse, even when we are at times not very lovable, even when the going gets tough in the daily grit of life.

Thank you Daddy FECS, for loving me when I am as unlovable as our children do with us, sometimes, often.

This is how I want to love you back in return too, never taking each other for granted.
Life is short. Teach us to number our days, oh Lord.

Love bears all things. Love endures all things. Love never fails.

Till death do us part.

This is true love ❤️

P.S. This imperfect heart shape is drawn with much care and attention by Baby FECS at the preschool as she learns how to hold the pencil to draw. It’s out-of-shape, beaten perhaps, but she is very proud of it. It signifies the precious love between two very imperfect people that only God can make possible. It endures through the storms of what life may throw at us.

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