word for the day 02 14 2015, Song of Solomon 4:14, Happy Valentine’s Day

It is Saturday, February 14th. Valentine Day. Love is in the air, I see red everywhere. Today for some is a sad day, because they feel like nobody love them. I have good news for all those who have broken hearts and feel unloved. There is someone who loves you and cares for you. Our father in heaven loves you. He loves you more than you ever know.

Listen to the word of God to us today.

Song of Solomon  4:10 “How delightful is your love, my sister, my bride! How much more pleasing is your love than wine, and the fragrance of your perfume more than spice.” (NIV)
It is said that- ‘Love is a feeling you feel that you feel, that you felt you never felt before.’ That was a mouthful, but love is that kind of emotion. Not easy to explain, but we know true love when we see it.
True love comes from God. God’s love is perfect, God love is kind. God’s love is everlasting.

Prayer for the day:– Father, thank you for your love which is far beyond our understanding. This we pray in JESUS name. Amen.

(Follow me on my blog at thewordforthrday.wordpress.com)

PS: 1. Give thanks to God for the recovery of Winston Clarke. Praise God.
2.Please continue to pray for the Clarke/Ricketts/Washington family.
3. Please continue to pray for the Allwood family
4. Please pray for the Forteau family. They are back from Grenada from attending the funeral.
5. Pray for Jean Fearon, who was in a very bad accident. She is out the hospital, but need our prayers

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About charles washington sr

charles washington is married to Claudette washington for over 38years, father of four and two grand children. he writes a daily word from the bible.
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