“Love never gives up, never loses faith, is always hopeful, and endures through every circumstance.” (I Corinthians 13: 7, New Living Translation)
Nothing else has the staying power of Love. Human love that is honest and genuine, doesn’t run away in times of trouble or love someone simply based on their surface presentation. This true love doesn’t give up on another or accuse or blame when things don’t go their way.
But even human love at its best can’t fail to be a bit selfish. For human love is based on connection from a point of separateness, and so a feeling of lack and need sneaks in. We may continue to love another person, but perhaps trust is gone or understanding has been lost.
But divine Love is forever faithful. This available and abundant Love is absolutely ours to feel and know and to share with others freely and conscientiously. God’s Love is Love itself. It is the spiritual quality that is never conditional, but simply is and does as it must. Divine Love is limitless, omnipresent, and always active. This quality of Love is forever at hand, and it gives us a consistent hope and a reliable trust.
We can lean on the Love that is God and know that we reflect it. Love is not separate from us, in another, or in our own possession to hold or to lose. It is God’s eternal quality that stands by and watches and guards and governs and comforts and empowers its ideas with a constant fidelity.
Yield to Love’s presence and let it lead and protect you, and enable you to love and feel loved fully, naturally, faithfully, and powerfully.
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