1 Corinthians 16:14

“Let all that you do be done with love.”

When Jesus died on the cross, He did it because He loves us.

Jesus offering His life because He loves us is the greatest love story ever told.

That is  why when God said that we need to do everything with love, He knows that doing things with love will result to great things.

Have we ever experienced to do things that we are passionate about? It gives us great results, right? We always hear people that in order for us to feel contentment or happiness in what we are doing, we should discover what we love to do the most and concentrate on that.

In history, we have witnessed that great things had happened because of love. God knows that love is the answer to everything. He want us to be happy in whatever we are doing that’s why He’s always reminding us to put love in whatever we are doing.

Wherever we are right now, whatever the ministry is that we are in for the Lord, we should check if we really love it so we can fully serve Him. God wants us to be passionate in whatever we are doing that’s why He’s constantly reminding us that we should always see to it that we love what we are doing.

Love is the greatest feeling in the world. We should always desire to have it in our hearts for us to live a joyful life. When we start with our love with God, everything else will follow.


Lord, thank you for always filling our hearts with Your love. Teach us to love everyday and to love the things that we are doing or help us to discover the things that we love so we can do them for your glory. Thank you for Your love to us that you died on the cross for our sins. Always remind us to love our fellowmen as You love us. Help us so we can draw them to You. In Jesus’ Name. Amen.


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