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Posted by Hannah Osborne on May 1, 2018 at 12:50 PM

Love might seem more common than ever. We comment “Love!!!!” on Facebook posts. We double tap Instagram photos to project our love to others, sending virtual hearts across the world. We loudly proclaim our love for chips and queso.

But does the word love lose its meaning when we throw it around so loosely? Surely the little heart I use to react to a picture of a kitten is different than the love I have for my parents—and even that love is markedly different than the love God has for me.

Our perception of love is certainly tainted by sin in this world. No one on this earth can perfectly love us, and we can’t express perfect love to anyone. So when we’re told that the fruit of the Spirit is “love, joy, peace,” we stop in our tracks.fruit of the spirit love reading plan

Love.

What does it really mean to love? How does God love us? And how does His love impact our daily lives?

These are the questions we’re wrestling this month. Our newest free 30-day reading plan centers on love as a fruit of the Spirit and will help us all work through these questions. You can download it for free by filling out the form below!

 

 



Hannah Osborne

Written by Hannah Osborne

Hannah joined the CPH family in 2016, first as an intern, then as a copy editor, and now as a copywriter. She doodles Lamentations 3:22–23 everywhere, and she owns way too many throw pillows. When she’s not whistling while she works at her dream job, you can find her experimenting in the kitchen or laughing too loudly.