. . . and let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works . . . (Hebrews 10:24)
31 Inspiring Thoughts Inviting Your Love to Grow
Do not wait until others are good enough to love. Love them now.
Loving has nothing to do with being right.
Whenever you choose to not forgive, all of your relationships will suffer.
Matthew 6:14, 15
If you do not like what you are getting, look at what you are giving.
We cannot force anyone to love. We all learn love by being loved.
The question love asks is what can be given, not what can be received.
People need love the most when they deserve it the least.
I Peter 4:8
To love is a decision to be made every waking moment.
People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care.
The words you speak and how they are spoken reveal your love.
Outward appearances should not affect our love.
Love does not involve your control of others or allowing others to control you.
Showing new mercy and compassion is a daily challenge of our love.
When you are loving you willingly admit when you are wrong.
Where love lives there is no room for hate or revenge.
When your desire is to love others, you live with a great sense of purpose.
Your love can break through the hardest of hearts.
John 8:10, 11
Everyone yearns to be loved unconditionally with no strings attached.
To love another, start by walking in his or her shoes.
Whenever you say you are too busy to love, you are really too busy to live.
I Corinthians 13:13
Forgiveness is the greatest and most loving gift of all.
When your love is strong, you have the strength to love even those who hate you.
It is easy to love in the good times. It is loving in the difficult times that counts.
II Corinthians 12:10
Fear is what stops us from living. Love sets us free to enjoy life to its fullest.
I John 4:18
To love sometimes requires taking risks.
When your heart is moved with compassion, you will find a way to serve.
Those who love spend no time criticizing or judging others.
Humility is a key characteristic of those who love.
Anger is often used for attention. Love never seeks attention.
The way out of most mental prisons is choosing to love and to forgive everyone.
Ephesians 4:31, 32
Love without hypocrisy or ulterior motive. Love simply for the joy of serving others.
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