"Let all that you do be done with love." - God
I missed the day here, celebrating it real in life. A day dedicated to love. Chocolates, pink roses, family dinners, oodles of squeezes and hugs. A day wrapped in love.
I dare to ask, to dream. Can my life be the same? Each day, each breath, each moment, wrapped in love. As a child of the King, He asks me, beckons me, draws me into a love affair with Him. Not to selfishly lavish it only for me. to fill, to replenish, to pour. And I scratch with pen the words on a fresh page from a letter to Corinthians.
"Let all that you do be done with love."
It must be possible, more than just a dream. My word to define my search in syllables loveprints. Honestly the dive into the nudge of my heart has left me hopeful and timid all for what lies ahead. To live love. To lavish love. In all.
Somehow I know I will never be the same. Can never return to my ordinary life of living for me, selfishness will no longer suffice. I sense the power of love. The creak of a door opening to uncontainable joy with each turn of the key. Simple. Love. Powerful. Doesn't it mirror the gospel. Simplicity of belief to lead us into blessings profound.
Embarking on this loveprint journey, I debated whether to share or hide the jewels in my own heart. I told you, I'm learning the love walk. To be real, exposing my weakness, sharing the triumphs with you dear ones, that come to read and splash alongside of me. The real Sarah is the only one that will point to the real Jesus. The icky and the redeemed all rolled up into walking flesh that will learn to walk in love wherever it may lead. I will share her with you.
It must be possible to do it all with love. To live. To eat. To breathe.
To turn the socks the right side out and not simply put them away.
To pick up dirty clothes across the floor for the hundreth time and smile in heart.
To cook, homeschool, clean, attack dust bunnies, as a hymn of love.
To live love.
I humbly thank you for allowing me to share my journey. Let's walk together along the path. Will you share one act of love (no matter how big or small) that you stepped into today.