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The Sebs Journal: Where Can True Love Be Found?

I promise to be very brief but passionate about what I am talking about because I am tired of the lies in the World. I need something real and truthful to set myself free because the Holy Books shows truth can set men free.

The world has come to a point that it is as if love has completely lost its weight and touch of relevance in man's life. 

Love is beginning to lose its sacredness and honour. The dignity that once became the binding element of love is beginning to diminish. Gone were the days that "I Love You" was one of the most powerful sentences to construct of which men did so piously with commitment and responsibilities deeply attached. However we hear love on the streets all the time even when its professors don't mean it.

A generation of WhatsApp lovers where it so easy to say; "I Love You" and the other replies; "Awww I Love You more" even when they both don't mean it. They profess love yet have no respect for it. 

They profess love yet don't understand what it means. They profess love yet ignorant of the responsibilities it comes with. They profess love to strangers, oh could this be love?

Where is love? Where is true love? Where can love be found? Wisdom has spoken in response to my question: GOD IS LOVE! 1John 4:8 

GOD defines love. He is the template of love. I understand love by simply looking at His way of love. The World calls love it so many ways but God pitches the ideas and thoughts of love better. 

"For GOD so loved the WORLD that He gave his only begotten son..."

This is the template of LOVE. This is true love. God's love wasn't restricted to his attachment for the WORLD but He made a decision that sponsored his responsibilities to save the WORLD through his son.

This is the True definition of LOVE:

LOVE is the responsibility you consciously perform which is channelled by a firm decision in response to an emotional attachment for someone or something." - © SEBS'20

LOVE is not a million words my dear but a million works. Have the best of today in TRUE LOVE and Holiness. - SEBS

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