We can do no great things—only small things with great love. Small things done in great love bring joy and peace, challenge me, and convict me of how far short I fail love.
Serve one another in love. (Galatians. 5:13)
Let us not love with word or tongue but with actions and in truth. (I John 3:18)
Love. A word used all through history to express emotions of passion, caring, and compassion. It spans through great romantic stories clear to the delight for a particular color.
I’ve found the word to be a mystery. What is this elusive thing that has caused men to sacrifice their lives for others? The question haunted my mind. I had to try to find understanding.
My conclusion was always that we can have all wisdom and knowledge and understand but without love life is empty. Actually that’s just what I Corinthians chapter thirteen says.
So, I’ll pursue love today, and try to know love more fully. I’ll watch for opportunities to share love.
They say love makes the world go around. I don’t know about that. I do know love makes you feel completely alive. It brings joy, and can hurt terribly.
Turning my heart to knowing God, I found the Word said God is love. (I John 4:8)
Love isn’t just a verb but also a noun whose name is Jesus.
A song says, What the world needs now is love sweet love, that’s the only thing that there isn’t plenty of.
I suggest there is enough love in this world. Great Love surrounds us with longing to be known. We just need to receive it and then activate it so we can give it away. We were created to live the great adventure of Love’s fullness, power and glory.
May it be said of us that we did ordinary things with extraordinary love.