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Looking for Love

Looking for Love

I believe God wants us to know….that love is not what you want, it is what you are. It is very important to not get these two confused.

If you think that love is what you want, you will go searching for it all over the place. If you think love is what you are, you will go sharing it all over the place. The second approach will cause you to find what the searching will never reveal.

Yet you cannot give love in order to get it. Doing that is as much as saying you do not know you have it. And that statement will, of course, be your reality. No, you must give love because you have it to give. In this you will experience your own possession of it.

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