In the land of woo and wondrous wonderment (St. John 6:44 KJV), there be the world of wishes (2 Corinthians 13:9 KJV) where rainbows are realms (Revelation 4:3 KJV), fountains are dreams (Proverbs 5:15-16 KJV), hearts are thunders of passion (Psalms 81:7 KJV), and love is the theme for the fulfillment of life.
Let the loves call to each one’s love and say: My love, my sweet, my dear, come touch my finger with yours (Solomon’s Song 5:14 KJV); for it is said in Valentine Valley: When two pointer fingers touch of two that have pure love, a golden ring will form on each finger (Isaiah 62:3-5 KJV). The script also says that each love whose finger is golden-ringed will be able to use that finger as a wand (Rod Scepter ? compare Psalms 23:4 KJV).
It is written: “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son…” (St. John 3:16 KJV)
There is something about love that always gives!
It would therefore seem that where there is no giving there is no love.
Make no mistake, the giving referred to here doesnot emphasize gifts and money.
Rather giving refers to touching one another’s destined role in life, to sharing contact and caring, to endeavoring for the conquering of intervened communion, to participation above and beyond all else with a willingness to give of one’s life and of one’s time as deemed for the destined love of one’s life. Remember, loneliness is a state of missing comfort and belonging. It is a state of mind that though with a companion or not far from a companion perceives a lack of attention by the companion they love. Christ understood the human and spiritual need for the comfort of love; therefore, Am promised to whosoever loved and was faithful to send them the Spirit Comforter (St. John 14:15-16 KJV? faithful = to keep the two greatest commandments of love ? compare St. Matthew 22:37-40 KJV).
The companions of love will understand this garden of heart message (Song of Songs 8:13 KJV). Many are the ladies who must grind at the mill. One of them grinds, complains, and is off sight of the big picture. The other lady grinds, hopes, and has the far away look in her eyes. One of the ladies is chosen; the other is not (St. Matthew 24:41 KJV).
The oil of love is God’s anointing of the heartward throb; no rational mind should ever want to interfere. Many are the men who must work in the field of life. One of the men works and resents. The other man works and thanks God for his job. One of the men will be chosen, the other not (St. Matthew 24:40 KJV).
No person has seen God at any time who is not in love; for God is Love (1 John 4:7-12 KJV). HAPPY VALENTINES!