Love is a Verb.
Love is a verb. Hmm, I keep seeing that phrase. I think it's cool how God obviously shows you something to invite you to explore it deeper. I look at the definition of love (on, none other, my computer dictionary) and it does not describe the kind of love I believe God intended for marriage. (It’s a WORLD dictionary.) 1. Feel tender affection for somebody: to feel tender affection for somebody such as a close relative or friend, or for something such as a place, an ideal, or an animal 2. Feel desire for somebody: to feel romantic and sexual desire and longing for somebody 3. Like something very much: to like something, or like doing, something very much Feel and like are not tangible action verbs. We don’t usually have control over how we feel or what we like or dislike; we can’t consciously make ourselves feel or like. We can make ourselves show love though. It may not be genuine at first, but in time, you can build your love by acting on it. I had to read to t