"Our Daddy may have only had a third grade education, but he could read the King James Bible, " says Helen Ashe. He taught us three things: 1. There is but one race-- the human race. 2. There is but one Father--the Heavenly Father. 3. Never take the last piece of bread from the table. (Helen Ashe co-founder of the Love Kitchen)"
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
We had a sweet and simple Valentine's Day. A quick view of Facebook on the 14th of February will reveal that there are many varied opinions of this day. My feelings are that any day that I can show and tell the people in my life that I love them is a good day indeed. Of course, we should do this every day, but once a year it's fun to make that love a little something special amongst the business of school, work, and activities . We always read 1Corinthians 13 on Valentine's Day. What the Bible says about love and what the world teaches about love are two very different things. The world is all about getting love. The Bible tells us we are to give love. The world tells us loves is conditional. The Bible tells us love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love is forever. Oh, how I hope our children always keep their eyes focused on the ultimate Giver of Love. Jesus. His love is perfect.