ENJOY VALENTINES LOVE

REMEMBER TO GIVE HER ROSES & CHOCOLATES ON VALENTINES DAY

SERENADE GOD’S LOVE CELEBRATION TESTIMONY OF GOD’S GLORY IN YOU

VALENTINE DAY CELEBRATIONS INCLUDES CHILDREN’S FESTIVE MEAL PARTIES MEALS HELP CELEBRATE GOD’S LOVE EVEN IN THE TOUGH TIMES TOO

ALL SORTS OF FOOD VARIETIES PREPARED BY VARIOUS FAMILIES

Customers eat Fukushima hotpot at 47 Dining in Tokyo

 AS SOME BIGGER FAMILIES CELEBRATE VALENTINES TOGETHER 

VALENTINE FESTIVE MEALS ARE GRAND YET TAILORED TO TASTE


GOD’S  DEEPER LOVE BEYOND UNDERSTANDING SUSTAINS LOVE

ROMANTIC LOVE HEART CHAIR TO CELEBRATE VALENTINES MEMORIES

FAMILIES EXPRESS LOVE TO WITH GRATITUDE AND APPRECIATION

EXTRA AFFECTION ATTENTION DEEPENS INTIMACY AND LOVE 

SPOUSE ROMANCE ENJOYED DEEPENS LOVE TO CELEBRATE MOMENT  

Happy-Valentines-Day-Wallpaper-02GOD’S STRENGTH HELPS ENJOY GOOD, ENDURE CHALLENGING TIMES

 

GIFTS EXCHANGED HELP EXPRESS TOKENS OF DEEP LOVE JOURNEYCREATE SACRED SPECIAL LOVE NEST ZONE EXCLUSIVE FOR PASSION

The celebration of Valentine’s Day originated as a remembrance of a martyred Catholic priest in Rome named Valentine who, accounts say, defied the edict of Emperor Claudius, which forbade the marriage of young couples in order to save the men for more focused military use. Valentines married young love birds anyway and was beheaded on February 14 in the year AD 269. This holiday celebrates love sentiment with flowers, cards, meals, teddy bears and chocolates. True love is much sweeter than candy deeper than movies or romance novels.The Bible teaches about Godly Love in John 3:16 and romantic love in the Book of songs of Solomon. Some love start at first sight in the Bible.  Five examples are Adam and Eve (Genesis 2:20–23), Rebecca and Isaac (Genesis 24:64–65), Jacob and Rachel (Genesis 29), David and Abigail (1 Samuel 25), and David and Bathsheba (2 Samuel 11–12).  These are cases which show that intense initial love can mature into a more rooted love. Before Rebecca even saw Isaac she had committed herself to him approved by the family. At first sight of him, she experienced intense feelings of love that she nearly fell off of her camel. In having already bound herself to him beforehand, her soul was able to recognize (know) him as her true soul mate even before they had actually met. Love is the ability to relate to another with deep, intense attachment is called wisdom knowledge before emotional feelings.  The relationship of Jacob and Rachel is considered prototypical example of romantic love.

 Upon seeing her the first time at the well, he was smitten so able to singlehandedly roll back the stone covering the well and then water her father’s sheep. Real love is pragmatic practical hands on hard work for life. Not based on fantasy but apparently accurate perception of Rachel real knowledge beforehand due to her family background. Conversely, in the case of David and Abigail, David was not prepared, so did not have foreknowledge yet experienced love. Her wisdom and charisma succeeded in calming his anger and emotions, creating a situation where his approach to relationship was guided by her wisdom. On the other David killed Bathsheba’s husband impulsively to marry her as betrayal at its lowest level of a relationship. That lust at first site was certainly exception rather than the rule.  Impetuous initial love is difficult to form roots without help. Intense initial feelings can lead to many difficulties to stabilize the relationship afterwards. No matter how love begins with passion fire lightening or slow and steady effort, it can develop and grow roots by God’s Grace and guidance in Jesus to endure.

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