V’ahavta…, “Love your fellow as yourself.” It is taught that this love is an instrument, a means to, “Love the Eternal your God.” This is explained in the statement, “Whoever is pleasing to man is pleasing to God.” This service of teshuva stems from goodness of heart. 📖 Luke 10:17-24 “The seventy returned with joy,
Wow!! I just heard this on a podcast! It really made me think. What am I taking for granted? It’s so easy to take the most important things in our life for granted. Why is that? We choose to put our jobs over family Yet at the end of our life we would be calling
Chemistry has the ability to start a reaction but not to uphold its results. It’s momentary but not solid and secure. A marriage cannot be built upon chemistry alone.
I’m never going to be skinny enough. I’m never going to be tall enough, beautiful enough, smart enough, making enough, funny enough, you name it – enough. I am His. It’s the only thing that will ever be enough. Six years ago, I heard the Lord tell me my husband was dying. At the time,
When my husband and I first started dating, he used to always make fun of me and then say he was, “just joking.” It used to irritate me. ALOT. At first, I wondered if I had a self-image complex. Maybe I was a little insecure or maybe I just misunderstood his unique expression. I am