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Love comes in many ways. Love is love. 

It's a loaded word. 

It comes in many forms. And I love talking about it.

The reality is, it's a word that means power, because it's a strong word. It can produce many mighty things. I can write much about it, but I won't. I'm just going to keep things simple. 

Easy breezy.

But thought-provoking.

That's the goal of my writing. Nothing deep. Just enough to plant some seeds of thought enough to make a big splash of positive change if needed or a refresher that we're on the right track. We can all use something that helps us in some way. Whatever works for you, stay with it. If this blog helps you, continue to come to it. 

Ok, so back to this love thing. 

What I want to say about love is, God loves you. He really does.

You've heard it before and it should never get too old to hear. It's great to know that someone bigger than life itself is loving us, protecting us, and watching over us. Just think back over your life, where you currently are, and your future. I can guarantee you that God was there, is with you now, and will be with you forever. I've written quite a bit about Him being the orchestrator our lives1 (He has some awesome places for those who love Him). There's no denying that He's The Creator of creation2. So just in case you ever wondered, God loves His creations. That will never change.

I want to remind you again that we were created from love, God's love. It will never fail. So there is no reason why we should fail Him. We should love Him too.

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1. Psalms 37:23
2. Colossians 1:15-20


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