Read: 1 Corinthians 13:1-3

So what is love? I don’t know that it can be defined. If you were asked to share a compelling story about love, I’m almost certain you could. You may have seen it personally or seen it in a movie. You could probably give some words on what is and what isn’t love.

It’s an action but it’s also a feeling. It’s a decision and it’s also an inclination. It’s passionate but it also requires logic. It is more compelling than anything else. It is a word but it crosses boarders and languages. All 7 billion people on this planet have experienced it. Love is a way but it’s also tangible. It’s powerful and life transforming. If everyone practiced love in this world we would all be better off.

Jesus taught love. He said that the greatest commandment was to love God and the second was similar; love people. He said that the foundation of all Scripture was based off this one word: love.

Reflect:

  1. Think about a time you saw or experienced love.
  2. Would you say that actively practicing love is a regular part of your day?