Friday, November 12, 2010

Saturdays Love Dare....


The only way Love can last a lifetime is if it is
UNCONDITTIONAL....
The truth is: Love is not determined by the one
being loved but rather by the one choosing to love


When you look at your mate, you're looking at a
part of you... So treat him/her well..
Speak highly of him.
Nourish and cherish the love of your life..


If a house is divided against itself,
that house will not be able to stand.
Mark 3:25

6 comments:

Cherie Hill said...

Wow . . . these are very powerful words and filled with such biblical wisdom! It was so good to hear from you sister. Ugh, computer issues can be draining! We love 'em and hate 'em! LOL So glad you're back up and running! Praying everything else has been going well. Perhaps a lack of computer has alotted you more time to focus on the Lord???? Sometimes I find being without those "things" in life open my eyes to the fact that I need to draw near to God.

Can you believe it . . . Thanksgiving is coming!?! Whoa where did this year go?????

Love, hugs, and prayers,
Cherie

Grace on the Narrow Path said...

Great words my friend. The "Fireproof Love Dare" challege/study is great. It is one of my favorites. My hubby is a police officer for a large city in NC. We have seen the movie together several times. It is such a wonderful example of unconditional love. You are right a house divived will not stand.
Blessings,
Bren

Janette@Janette's Sage said...

Yes...and the enemy is always out to get your marriage...you never hit an anniversary year that he isn't working against your union...I have seen the attacks get stronger...and we just celebrated 30 years!
Thanks for the post

Virginia said...

Amen, dear Karen...So true.
May your life always be surrounded By Love!
Blessings,
Virginia

Marsha Y. said...

Karen,
You are so right, that only unconditional love lasts. And only God can give us that kind of grace in order to be able to love unconditionally. ...Marsha Y.

Beth in NC said...

Amen! We do need to be a unified front. I pray that when I enter Heaven I can truly tell Jesus that I have learned how to love.

Bless you,
Beth