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Enduring Love

Date: Thursday, February 14, 2019
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Enduring Time
by Pastor Dennis Felder

I like going around singing the song, Love is in the Air.
I know that just me singing is a scary thought for some, but let us look beyond that problem and look at the real point. We all know that February is the month that we celebrate Valentine’s Day. It is to be a day of love, romance, and expression. Spouses usually get each other gifts, children exchange cards with classmates, and some wed in marriage on this special day.
Certainly, cupid will be making his rounds on February 14th. Love will certainly be in the air.
Think about this for a moment. On Valentine’s Day we use many methods to communicate our love to our one and only. The gifts that we give our loved ones are nice, but they are always temporal.
We give flowers, but flowers will only last a few days and they will die. We give cards, but cards will ultimately decay or get misplaced or thrown away. Some give chocolates, but chocolates will not last long because we eat them. You see,
all these gifts are just temporary.
So, on Valentine’s Day, I encourage you to give your loved one a gift that will never fade and last forever.
It is a gift that keeps on giving and that gift is Jesus Christ.
If your spouse is not saved, tell them about the sacrificial love that Christ has for them. If a friend is a non-believer, tell them how your love fails in comparison with that of the love of Christ Jesus. If the person that you love is spiritually lost, give them a road map (the Roman Road) to lead them to the loving arms of Christ. Assure them that love is not only in the air, but it can be found in the heart.
For a Christian, Valentine’s Day takes place 24 hours a day and seven days a week.
Do not be afraid to share with others about the enduring love of our Lord and Savior.
Let John 3:16 ring in your heart all year long and not just on February 14th.
 

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