Love: The True Definition

Hello there, world! I have sort-of returned. Well, not really. Basically, I got enough internet without our router to write y’all one killer of a post. #listenup

So, yes, I’m back. *evil laughter* Did you miss me? You better of….

Moving on. Back to the point of this epic posting journey, today I come to do nothing other than share my thoughts with you on nothing other than….love.

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“Love: an intense feeling of deep affection, a person or thing that one loves.”

Now, that’s the dictionary’s definition for love. But what’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of love? Physical attraction? Well-being? Friendliness? Happiness? Even money?

If it’s any of these, you’ve got the wring idea. The English word “love” has almost lost it’s meaning, mostly due to these base desires. Financial wealth. Luxury. But these are not the true meanings of love. Love isn’t even happiness.

So what exactly is love?

I’ll tell you. Love is something deeper. Stronger. Something that is so godly, that we can’t even come to comprehend. Yes, love is good. Yes, love is kind. But it’s more than that, it’s everything that you could ever imagine coming from God.

Joy. Peace. Gentleness. Self-control. Love is all of these, and more.

When you love someone, don’t you wish them well, not evil? That’s showing love. Don’t you try to get along with them? That’s a form of love. Don’t you try and help them when somethings wrong? That’s love. Don’t you try and keep them safe? That’s love.

And doesn’t God do all of these things for you?

God is love.Without him, there is no love. It simply wouldn’t exist.

Love: God.

Think about it.

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Just another rambling from an introverted teen.

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