Lavish Love

welcome backLavish Love

Upon arriving home from Kenya this evening I went to out to supper with my dear wife Ruth and with Lawrence and Nereida Chiles. Was surprised at supper by Sonya and Horeb and their four children: Ana, Lorena, Ian and Israel all presenting a welcome sign. Dinner with Lawrence, (Chinedum left us at Newark to return to his home in Brooklyn) gave time to reflect on the experiences of the last two weeks.

I conclude that love is the power that changes people. Yes, their were great presentations and wonderful strategizing for the Kingdom at the Maturity Convention. But it is love that heals; love that transforms and loves that opens our eyes to new possibilities .

So I pray, ‘Lord, thanks for lavishing your love in our hearts so that we can in turn lavish our love on others for their healing and transformation.’

 

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