‘And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love’
First off, I want to say a giant thank you to all our Love 14 writers – Thanks for tolerating my hounding and for sending your posts in time so I wasn’t left hanging and we didn’t have a vacant day space. God bless you all real good … For those that missed it, there’s a link to every post here. Just click on a quote and you’ll be transported to another ‘Love Kingdom’.
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The consequences of loving varies across board and lines of experience. Some people have a “Cinderella” kind of story to tell, while others can easily relate to a full epistle of how Cynthia was stood up at the airport in her wedding gown for a husband that never showed up! Such is life.
There is no point being in a relationship with someone if they have proven over and over that they cannot be trusted because “love – trust = frustration & unfulfillment”. The only way we can totally free our significant other to love us unconditionally is by giving him/her our trust.
Love is a seed that grows, how beautiful it’s tree;
it feeds the needy and is a shelter for the storm, for it dances through the winds and waves but still stands strong, sitting beautifully in its roots.
Samuel took him in his arms and Armand said, “I told the other kids not to worry because you told me that you’d always be there for me!”
Fourteen children were saved that day because ONE father was faithful.
Does this mean I am capable of forgiving and forgetting all the time?
No. I’m not. I’m a work in progress. By His grace, I’ll get there.
And you too can be a work in progress, who says you can’t be a masterpiece and a work in progress simultaneously???? Who??
I can’t end this without appreciating all of you who read, commented and liked posts during this series – thanks for encouraging me and encouraging the writers. I love you Ganaija fam!!!
Loads of kisses because
‘’Love never fails.’’