Love Is What You Do
By David Chadwick

I believe that there is power in words. One Bible verse says that life and death are in the tongue (Proverbs 18:21).

That’s why dad always exhorted me to use positive words to encourage other people. They motivate like nothing else.

But dad also said that mere words are not enough. He said that love is a verb.

Love is what you do.

It’s important to use positive words to encourage others. It’s even more imperative to express love with your actions. It’s love with skin on. It’s what God did when he became one of us in Jesus.

And when you love with words and deeds, the object of your love experiences love in its fullness.

That’s how my dad loved mom and us kids.

Thanks, Dad!


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