Love is something that can be seen. It is seen in the fruit of the Spirit working in our lives, in our behaviour and how we treat people. Love has many facets, or different ways we can see it. For example, when a diamond is held up to the light, it can sparkle in various ways depending on which way it is turned. I believe love also sparkles in different ways depending on how we look at it.
1 Corinthians 13:4-7 gives us examples of the many facets of love:
Love endures long, it has the ability to put up with stuff for a long time. Love is never envious, it doesn’t want what it doesn’t have. Love is not boastful or vainglorious, it doesn’t call attention to itself. Love is not conceited or rude. Love doesn’t insist on its own way. Love pays no attention to a suffered wrong. Love never gives up! Continue reading