TITLE: Have you found your true Valentine yet?
By Mark E Crossley
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St Valentine was regarded as the patron of lovers, a tradition which maybe was connected with the old believe that birds paid on February 14th. This is a period of time based around this day where couples express their affection for one another in a passionate and romantic way that is unique to them for at least on day in the year anyway!.
Valentines Day is also for single people where the custom is that we offer a gesture in the form of a card or flowers in the hope that our Valentine should exceed beyond the most romantic day in the year into a short or long term relationship.
I believe with all my heart there is somebody in the world of all single people it is just when and where God decides to connect two people together that have a special bond for one another that could lead to marriage.
Love is patient, kind, love is not jealous and it does not boast and is not proud. Love is not rude, selfish, and does not get upset with others. Love does not count up wrongs that have that have been done, love is happy with the truth, patient and accepts all things, it trusts and always remains strong but love never ends.
Dependant upon your circumstances let Jesus love you this Valentines Day and a relationship with him can change the impossible.
John 3 v 16 says “God so loved the world that he gave his one and only son so that whoever believes in me will not perish but have eternal life”. Remember God loves you today and he wants you have love each other, be loved and not to be alone. Be encouraged God Loves You today.
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