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What Does Love Look like?

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“What does love look like?”

“What does love look like? It has the hands to help others. It has the feet to hasten to the poor and needy. It has the eyes to see the misery and want. it has the eyes to hear the sighs and sorrows of men. That is what love looks like.” Augustine of Hippo

Love is more than a kiss. Love is more than you. Love is more than just buying material things to make people happy. Love is real. Love is caring. When you are in love, when you love your fellow brothers and sisters, you love God. When you help others, you help yourself. When you love other people, you love yourself. Because love is not greedy. Love is sharing.

“What does love look like?”-

Augustine of Hippo

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Do You Pray With Your Eyes On God?

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Do you pray with your eyes on God? Or do you pray with your eyes on your problems? To defeat your problem, you must give thanks to God for what He has done for you.

He is with you. He hears you. He loves you. He is your best friend. He will never let you down. Believe in Him. You should never waste a minute of your life doubting God. Instead, you should focus on what you have, not on what you don’t have. You should focus on what God has done for you, not on what He is working on. You should focus on solutions, not on problems.

God doesn’t want you to dwell on what you don’t have. He wants you to choose life. He wants you to live a balanced-life. He wants you to focus on possibilities, not on problems.

When you pray with your eyes on God, God will never let you down. According to Oswald Chambers, “We have to pray with our eyes on God, not on the difficulties.” If you want to solve your problems, don’t focus on your issues, focus on the possibilities. Remember, you are not in charge of your problems. God is in charge of your problems. He knows what your problems are. All you need to do is to be grateful for what He has done for you.