A Love that Never Falters

Do you ever find yourself seeking a harbor of understanding and compassion? Picture a love that never falters, even when life is challenging. Imagine a love steadfast through every season of life, a treasure more precious than the rarest gem.

A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for adversity.

Proverbs 17:17 ESV

Are you imagining this love? You are cherished by God; His love is a never-ending spring, refreshing and renewing. In your moments of joy, His love dances with you in celebration. And in times of sorrow, His love is a comforting embrace, a whisper that you are not alone. This love is not contingent on the deeds you do or the path you choose. It’s unconditional, unwavering and unchanging.

Jesus embodied this kind of love. He shared joys and sorrows with others by showing the depth of love that knows no limits. His sacrifice on the cross is unlike any other act of love, a love so profound it bridges the gap between heaven and earth.

God’s love for you is unwavering; independent of the path you choose or the things you’ve done.

Because of the love Christ offers you, you can become a conduit of love. Just as you are loved, you are called to love others. In every interaction, let love be your guiding light. Be the friend who loves at all times. Your kind words, your listening ear, your shoulder to lean on – are all ways you mirror God’s love.

Loving like this can be challenging. It requires strength from beyond yourself. Lean on the Holy Spirit, who empowers and guides you. He equips you to love beyond your capacity, forgive beyond your hurt and hope beyond your despair.

Today’s One Thing 

As you pray today, ask the Lord to help you be the conduit of His love. Affirm to yourself what the Word declares, “I am loved unconditionally by God, and I am empowered to love others in the same way. His love flows through me, making me a beacon of His light in this world.”

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