Posted: July 30, 2012 in Uncategorized
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     Love is not the a good part of our life; it is the most important part.The Bible says, ” Let love be your greatest aim.” Relationships must have priority in our life above everything else..


    Life without love is really worthless..Paul makes this point.. “No matter what I say, what I believe, and what I do,     I’m bankrupt without love.”Often we act as if relationships are something to be squeezed into our schedule..We talk about finding time for our children or making time for people in our lives.That gives the impression that relationships are just a part of our lives along with many other tasks..But GOD says relationships are what life is all about.


     Relationships, not achievements or the acquisition of things, are what matters most in life. So why do we allow our relationships to get the short end of the stick? When our schedules  become overloaded, we start skimming relationally,cutting back on giving the time, energy, and attention that loving relationships require. What’s most important to God is displaced by what’s urgent.


    Busyness is a great enemy of relationships.We become preoccupied with making a living, doing our work, paying bills and accomplishing goals as if these tasks are the point of life.They are not. The point of life is learning to love –God and people. LIFE minus LOVE equals ZERO.


       Love will last forever.Another reason God tells us to make love our top priority is that it is eternal: “These three things continue forever: FAITH, HOPE, AND LOVE. And the greatest of these is LOVE.


         Love leaves a legacy. How you treated other people, not your wealth or accomplishments, is the most enduring impact you can leave on earth. Love is the secret of a lasting heritage


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