Just read this and had to share….THIS is a great biblical definition. You say you love someone? Hmmmm…..Do you really? (Yeah, I’m thinking about it too…)

“Love is not just about how you feel toward a person; love is all about how you act toward people. The Apostle Paul said “Love does no harm to a neighbor; therefore love is the fulfillment of the law.” (Romans 13:10) So if you love a person, you will obey God’s law in regard to that person. Which is to say, you will talk to them about the Gospel, you will not lead them astray, you will not gossip about them or slander them, you will be faithful to them, you will not temp them to sin, you will be honest with them, you will not lie to them or about them, you will not steal from them, you will not covet their things, and so on. Some people think the law and love are opposite, but really they go hand in hand. To love requires obedience to God’s Law. After all, the second greatest commendment is “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” (The greatest commendment being “You shall love the Lord your God…”) Jesus taught that this sums up the law.” ~ Nathan Radcliffe

Do I hear an collective “ouch!”?? Not enough to acknowledge it, it must be changed. Intentions make great pavement but lousey crowns….AGM