Love Each Other

“Henceforth there will be such a oneness between us that when one weeps the other will taste salt.”—Author Unknown.

Love is a costly decision. When you decide to love someone, you willingly agree to share the heartaches that inevitably come to those you love. The joy that you experience in the good times will be multiplied many times over because it is shared. But, on the other hand, you also have to share the bad times. Such love will take a toll on you—mentally, emotionally and physically. Most people decide that the risk is worth taking. Most people understand that they, and the people around them, will be better off because they choose to love.

“Above all, love each other deeply…”—1 Peter 4:8.

“Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn.”—Romans 12:15.

Choose to live a life of love.

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