Let love of the brethren continue…
Love isn’t just a one-time thing; it’s supposed to go on and on.
Too many people fall out of love. So the question must be asked. Did they really love in the first place?
Love must grow.
Love, like wine, gets better with age. I don’t drink but that’s what I heard. The vow of love you have from yesterday isn’t enough. Love is a today and tomorrow thing. You need to love and say I love you every day.
Just saying “I love you” has nothing to do with living the “I love yous”.
Husband and wives, parents and even their children say I love you and go on with their lives without really meaning those words.
For love to grow, for love to continue, it must be constantly nurtured, catered to and tended to.
Daily acts of love must become part of any loving relationships. Love is an action word; it can never be static. A gesture, a touch, a kindness, is all part of showing your love and allowing it to continue.
When was the last time you had a date with your loved one? That long?
When was the last time you got your loved one a gift or did something special for them?
Do something. Do it today.
This is an excerpt from my book,
A 30 Day Biblical Approach to Love
Frank J Walker LMFT
1617 Main Street
Cambria, Ca. 93428