Thursday, October 1, 2009

Like and Love

I have been working on this thought for a while and I will continue working on it until I use it next month in a series at Venture on the Lord's Prayer.

The difference between like and love-
You like someone because there are things about them that you enjoy being around (such as a sense of humor, or being a good listener) but when you love someone you want to be around them despite the things about them that you don’t enjoy (ie- stubbornness, inability to replace the toilet paper roll).

What do you think?

8 comments:

Dale Hart said...

First, scripture does not ask us to "like" anyone. Second, the attributes of love (I Cor. 13:4) are all decisions we can make about the way we treat others, whether we "like" them or not.

Like is of the mind. Love is of the heart.

Luke said...

Thanks Dale. First you helped Venture w/ our articles and bylaws, now you helped Venture by writing my sermons.

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