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It Should Be A Christian’s Goal to Love

Valentine’s Day Is for Christian Love

Valentine’s Day is for honoring love;
To show those we love we care.
Red hearts with tender sentiments
We send, our love to share.

So on Valentine’s Day we’re reminded
Of our very first Christian goal:
To love the Lord with all our heart
And all our mind and soul.

To love our neighbor as ourselves
We are also told to do,
So let’s live our love by the Bible;
It’s God’s word, flawless and true.

If we give this Christian Valentine first,
We’ll never run out of love,
For infinite love will come to us
From God in heaven above.

By Joanna Fuchs

Have You Been Going Through A Lot Lately?

We should not be worried about what Satan is going to throw at us next. Satan should be the one worried about what will come at him next because of God’s people praying. We should be standing firmly in Christ. Satan should be the one trembling. He is the weak one. We are more that a conqueror. Pray and receive the strength you need and you can transfer your worry to Satan and cause him to be the one to tremble.

Where Will You Allow Your Hard Times To Take You?

Hard times can cause some people to turn away from God? Why? Do they think He is not big enough to give them what they need to get through the trouble? Are they mad at Him for allowing this trouble into their life? Who better than God to know what we need to get through any trouble that we are called to face? God will honor our obedience. We should continue to serve and continue to commune with God through our trouble. We will come out on the other end more than a conqueror and we will be amazed by the fact that we survived because of the strength we received from God. If we don’t get honest with God and stay faithful, where would we find a better source of what we need to get us through our trouble? Can we really become greater by doing it our way? Give it to God daily. Allow your hard times to bring you closer to God and become more than you ever thought possible.