As we prepare for Easter, reflect on these lessons on love and humility from the Last Supper. Acts of service require that we get up from the table. Service begins with a willingness to stop what we may be doing in order to serve others. Are we willing?
Quotes and graphics to inspire your heart to love well and love much.
Loving one another doesn’t come in pat answers and cookie-cutter moments. To be honest, I’ve got a stubborn streak of all-about-me-DNA that breaks loose every now and then. When our focus is on ourselves, we’re all about getting our need for love met in just the way we like it. It is the love of Christ that frees us from the “what’s-in-it-for-me” mindset in our relationships. Fresh faith brings the power to love others God’s way.
The identifying mark of a true believer in Christ is love. Giving love, selfless love, the kind of love that Jesus Himself gives out. If we learn from Jesus, if we’re His disciples, we will learn to love like He does. And oh, the world needs this kind of love!
Be brave and let’s dare to love one another better. One-anothering is a term I love to use when thinking about the many verses in Scripture that are part of God’s instructions for healthy and vibrant relationships.
Focus on the power of love this Valentine’s Day. As February 14 approaches, maybe you’re thinking about how to show a little extra Valentine’s-Day-Love to those special people in your life–husbands, kids, parents, and friends.