Suppose I don’t really have the ideal love story. I’ve never been in a romantic relationship with another person. So considering this thought, maybe I’m not the most suitable person to be dolling out love advice. Though I have such an aching longing for love in the sense of a romantic relationship, that I simply must -*ugh*- (There are no amount of words to describe this).
Perhaps I figured re-writing my love story would prevent this overwhelming emotion from daunting me. So I was wrong. Instead, as I re-write my love story through the love in God’s Word (Scripture), I begin to see the true beauty of love: Righteous Love. And with God’s love (completed by Jesus Christ) I now have access to God’s love in a new dimension. Ephesians 3:17-19 ERV says, “I pray that Christ will live in your hearts because of your faith. I pray that your life will be strong in love and built in love. And I pray that you and all God’s holy people will have the power to understand the greatness of Christ’s love – how wide, how long, how high, and how deep that love is. Christ’s love is greater than anyone can ever know, but I pray that you will be able to know that Love. Then you can be filled with everything God has for you”.
The question is, am I really re-writing my love story? Proverbs 16v1 ERV says, “People might plan what they want to say, but it is the Lord who gives them the right words.” And Proverbs 16v9 ERV says, “People can plan what they want to do, but it is the Lord that guide’s their steps.”
To end this post I want to say, I love God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. And I want to you and everyone reading this to know that is why I re-write my love story. For God’s glory and not my own. And lastly, God’s love is more than we can comprehend. 1 Corinthians 2v9 says, “But as the scriptures say, ‘No one has ever seen, no one has ever heard, no one has ever imagined what God has prepared for those who live Him.”
This is me re-writing my love story.