How do you define love? We’ve gathered the top blog posts on love from today’s Christian women
and we want to share them with you in this candid round up.
One of my favorite quotes about how to define love, actually comes from The Notebook. Nicolas Sparks wrote, “The best love is the kind that awakens the soul and makes us reach for more, that plants a fire in our hearts and brings peace to our minds.” That’s the kind of love Jesus brings out in us. Loving Him awakens parts of our soul we didn’t even know were there. It fills the empty spots and makes us want to reach for more. It plans a fire in our hearts and gives us a peace that surpasses all understanding. It’s unshakable, unchangeable, and unending.
I doubt Mr. Sparks was thinking about Jesus when he penned those words, but every time I read them, they send my thoughts running to Jesus. I have shared some more quotes on love below, but first, I wanted to share some blog posts about love. Love is huge. There are so many different kinds of love, different ways to define it. Romantic love, agape love, brotherly love, love of things, love of people, love of words, the list could go on and on. Below, you’ll find posts that look at love from all different angles, each written by a different author.
The first post I want to share with you was written by Candid Gal, Stephanie Carter. She wrote about how God loves us. If you don’t know about the love the Father has for us, this is a must read. If you do know, you will probably agree that this reminder is like a balm to the soul. Stephanie encourages us to fall in love with the love of God, because God is love.
Sheila at JesusGlitter.com is reflecting on how it feels to get hand-written love notes. Take a walk down memory lane with her, and then read along as she writes about the most exciting love letter of all.
It’s easy to sympathizes with people going into a difficult season, but so often we fail to love them through it. This love post was written by Dionna at BeautyintheStorm.com, and it definitely makes you think.
Is love really just a feeling? Do you need it to live happily ever after? This love post was written by Sarah at FindYourTrueBeauty.com, and is actually the first in a series of post about love myths we believe.
Bonus Blog Posts
Because Valentine’s Day is coming up, I wanted to share Veronica’s post about 12 Date Night Ideas (that won’t break the bank). While this isn’t really about love directly, cultivating love in your marriage is a must. My husband can’t stand Valentine’s Day, but we do go on weekly dates and I love the time we spend together. The ideas Veronica shares in her post are great ways to mix it up and cut costs.
And earlier this week, Ayanna wrote a blog post titled, “Do You Love Your Husband?” it’s a must read. While it came in too late to be included in my original five, I didn’t want you to miss it.
Valentine’s Day is approaching. Check out these top blog posts about love, love quotes, and date night ideas
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Tweetable Love Quotes
“The Christian is supposed to love his neighbor, and since his wife is his nearest neighbor, she should be his deepest love.” -Martin Luther
— Sarah Koontz (@sarahekoontz) January 11, 2017
Love is evidence of a heart that is committed to Christ. Live the love.
— Milk & Honey Faith (@milkandhoneyfth) December 29, 2016
How Do You Define Love?
Do you have a favorite quote or post from above? One that’s not mentioned? Or do you have something else you want to share with us? We’d love to hear thoughts on love in the comments below.