Have you read the concluding post in the LOVE series? It is totally worth the read. Read it now!



So far in the LOVE Series, we have defined love, learned what the Bible says about love, the types of love, whether we really need love, and how to love; but, are we truly capable of love?  Being in love is a desire to be around that person always and thinking about them when you are not.  Without that person, your life feels incomplete.  It requires trust and the yearning to do anything for that person and strive to make them happy always.  You put their needs before your own.  Love drives you to be affectionate, devoted, and to make sacrifices.  It is intense, powerful, and passionate.  It is the “irresistible desire to be irresistibly desired” (Mark Twain).  The Bible defines love as being patient, kind, not envying, not boasting, not being proud, honoring others, not self-seeking or easily angered, keeping no records of wrongs, rejoicing in truth, protecting, trusting…

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