A married couple had been out shopping at the mall for most of the afternoon, suddenly, the wife realized that her husband had disappeared.
The somewhat irate spouse called her mate’s cell phone and demanded: “Where did you go???”
The husband calmly replied, “Darling, you remember that jewelry shop where you saw the diamond necklace and totally fell in love with it and I didn’t have money that time and I said, ‘Baby, it’ll be yours one day’?”
Wife, with a smile blushing, said, “Yes, I remember that, my love.”
“Well, I’m at the Home Depot next to that shop.”
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Thought for the day
If you only love on and off like a light switch, you do not love others like God wants you to love. Jesus said, “If you only love those who love you, what credit is that to you?” (Luke 6:32a NIV)
His point is this: All of us can love those who love us back. Becoming a master lover means you learn to love the unlovable – when you love people who don’t love you, when you love people who irritate you, when you love people who stab you in the back or gossip about you.