Oftentimes when asking someone why they may spend a lot of time doing a certain thing, the answer comes back that “it’s a labor of love”. There are many examples, and I am sure that everyone has their own labor of love.
“Labor of Love” – Bible or Not?
Find out the origin and meaning of “labor of love”. What is your labor of love? Would you mind sharing with our readers? For me, my labor of love is…
There has been so much said and written about love that I didn’t think I had anything to add, so I almost didn’t write this. But who can resist talking about love? Life is filled with so much expectation, and much of that expectation is based upon what we get, when it should be based upon what we can give.
“And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.” – Bible or Not?
Conventional wisdom, and today’s love quote, tell us that you only get what you give. As good as that sounds, is it Biblical? See more…
Ah, it’s Valentine’s Day, a day when we send cards and candies and flowers and special wishes to the one we love. But is this type of romantic love Biblical, or are we to be more reserved about our affections? One read through the Song of Solomon (or Song of Songs) easily answers that question. Here are some excerpts from the NIV version of the Bible. Expressing our romantic love to our mate is not only permissible, but encouraged and beneficial…