Understanding Love from 1 Corinthians 13
My husband and I celebrate our wedding anniversary on May 22. Over the past decade and a half we have had our share of ups and downs. I like to blame Walt Disney for making me think that all you need to do is find your Prince and then you’re all set for a Happily Ever After. But that’s probably just my own expectations. One thing that you don’t hear a lot about is that love and marriage is a lot of work too. So maybe we should spend some time Understanding Love.
There have been many times where it really has seemed to be that perfect dance in the clouds where everything is going our way. But in full transparency, there have also been times when it’s been rocky and we didn’t know how we would make it.
One of my all-time favorite bands says that “All you need is love,” but what if that love seems like it’s not enough? What else is there?
Well, maybe it’s not about looking for more. Maybe it’s about understanding what love really is and Understanding Love from 1 Corinthians 13. Really breaking love down and understanding what it means to fully love my husband the way God designed it has made all the difference in my marriage and how we relate to one another. But before getting into all the aspects of love that should be in a marriage, it’s important to understand its meanings.