“to love is to receive a glimpse of heaven.”
Not everyone sees your man the way you do. SHOCKER!! I know! When I first brought my boyfriend, now husband home to MEET THE PARENTS, I was hoping that they would see the INCREDIBLE MAN that I saw. In reality, what they saw with their wise, older eyes, was a young man with long hair who just wanted to date their daughter! Yet, my parents also knew what was in my man’s heart was what really mattered. As Evander Holyfield once said, “It is not the size of the man, but the size of his heart that matters.” My guy went on to prove to my parents that he indeed had a GREAT HEART, full of generosity and compassion and became their most trusted ally and a friend for all seasons. You might have a great guy that others just don’t see. If he is worthy of your trust; BELIEVE IN HIM. His value might be invisible or unrevealed to others. The best thing you can do to help his true treasure to become visible, is to consider your boyfriend-husband a PRIZE, A JEWEL IN YOUR CROWN, and your very own MASTERPIECE. As you treat him as a treasure; he will begin to live up to your praise, and start to astound you with the DEEP GOLD that’s buried within him!
“Men always want to be a woman’s first love. Women…like to be a man’s last romance.” –Oscar Wilde
“…the most important piece of clothing you must wear is LOVE…LOVE is more important than anything else…(it brings perfect harmony)…live in PEACE and ALWAYS Be Thankful.”(Col. 3:14 & 15)
We love because it’s the only true adventure. – Nikki Giovanni
Every woman wants to know if her relationship is the real thing. The girlfriend-wife desires to treat her man as her lasting love. I heard it said once that, “A great love knows the ignition of FIRE and the deep well of PEACE. Yours is such a love…a love to last the ages.” We all want to invest in a love that will last forever. How does one sustain such a love? If you hunger for such a love; then it is wise to STUDY LOVE. Love is part of a family that includes the components of faith and hope. In a letter
to some city dwellers in Corinth, it has been said, “And so faith, hope and love abide- but the greatest of these is love.” Love is tough. Love never breaks. That is the kind of love you want to encourage in your man and have as a foundation for your relationship. An ancient wise saying tells us that, “Many waters cannot quench love- neither can floods drown it.” When I have a disagreement or falling out with my man, I always tell him, “Even though I don’t agree with you right now, I love you.” It is a good thing to declare and affirm that which you see as “forever.” It keeps your relationship on solid ground so it can grow in a safe environment. The good news is that you can’t go wrong with choosing LOVE. Love always prevails. Love always wins. “LOVE NEVER FAILS.”