If you intend to make love a habit, you must develop the habit of loving people with your words. Your fleshly (lower, sensual) nature points out your flaws, weaknesses, and failures. It seems to feed on the negatives in life. It sees and magnifies all that is wrong with people and things. But the Bible says you are to overcome evil with good (see Romans 12:21).
Walking in the Spirit, continually following the leading, guiding, and working of the Holy Spirit through your own spirit instead of being led by your emotions, requires being positive.
It is easy to find something wrong with everyone. But love does not expose faults, it covers them. Ask God to help you share His love with others.
—》》From the book Ending Your Day Right by Joyce Meyer. Copyright 2004 by Joyce Meyer. Published by FaithWords. All rights reserved.
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