I would like to take a moment and wish a very HAPPY ANNIVERSARY to my parents. They have been married for an amazing 35 years. As with every marriage there have been good years and years that have been a little more “challenging” than others. But through thick and thin they have stuck it out and have remained together. They are an inspiration to me to be sure!
Well done, you two! Thanks for seeing it through to this point!
Now the whole offer which Christianity make is this: that we can, if we let God have His way, come to share in the life of Christ.
If we do, we shall then be sharing a life which was begotten, not made, which always existed and always will exist. If we share in this kind of life we also shall be sons of God. We shall love the Father as He does and the Holy Ghost will arise in us. He came to this world and became a man in order to spread to other men the kind of life He has by what I call good infection. Every Christian is to become a little Christ.
The whole purpose of becoming a Christian is simply nothing else.
Yes, it is Valentine’s Day.
Yes, this song has to do with love.
Yes, there is more to Valentine’s Day than just romantic-type love.
Ask yourself, “Who can I show love to today?”
Take today as an opportunity to extend love to everyone around you. Do not just use today to tell your loved ones that you love that you do (To be honest, they should really know. If they do not, tell them more often-just not one day a year. Your loved ones should never have to wonder if you love them), use it as a day to extend it to everyone around you.
In a way that sounds a little bit hippie-ish, the world would truly be a better place with more love. Only question is…where is it?
Favorite line: “Father, Father, Father help us. Send some guidence from above cause people got me, got me questionin’ where is the love?” It is so true…only God can show us how to truly love each other, we can not learn it from each other. We must turn to the best example of love, our Father in heaven.