I wanted to say something helpful. I wanted to solve the problem … put a bounce back in his step. I wanted to offer encouragement. To tell him I knew he could do it. To offer support and assurance that this day, too, shall pass.
So I chose three little words. The bare minimum.
Simple words with the most profound meaning.
Powerful words that God declares to each of us every day.
I simply typed, “I love you.”
And that said it all.
“Now these three remain: faith, hope, and love. But the greatest of these is love” (1 Corinthians 13:13).
All of us long to hear the words, “I love you,” yet we often underestimate their power.
Q4U: When was the last time you actually said “I love you”? If it’s been awhile, why not start now?
Yours in grace ≈ Julie
Yours in grace ≈
Linking with Lisa-Jo where a group of us write uninhibited for 5 minutes on a given topic (this time I kept my words to a “bare” minimum and met the 5 minute time limit) . It is a wonderful exercise in letting the words flow. Click the button to check out more posts or consider linking up yourself. Today’s topic is “bare.”