culture, there’s a popular mantra that says, “Love is all you need.” Hollywood movies urge people to find their “soul mate.” They advertise passionate romance, and then often depict fiery breakups.
I recently shared a message at a wedding of a young couple I have known for quite some time. One thing that stood out to me was that this couple had a genuine understanding that even though they loved each other very much, they were not getting married because they felt they needed each other’s love.
Rather, they were entering into a holy union with Jesus Christ, where their first goal was to serve Him and share His love with others together. There’s a special pleasure when a husband and wife work for the kingdom and lead people to Jesus Christ as a couple.
The truth is, no amount of love from another person can replace the significance of God’s love.
John 3:16 says, “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.”
So, whether you are single and looking, or married for years, or somewhere in between — I urge you to put your focus on God’s love today. Tell others about it!
“The truth is, no amount of love from another person can replace the significance of God’s love.”