I’m at the FMF writing feast today, where we’re writing on the prompt: create.
Why not join us?
Life comes to us in the beat of a heart – and salvation through the blood of Messiah. We are granted these gifts, not for purpose of man, but rather, for the purpose of our Creator, YHWH: to create a legacy of justice, righteousness and love.
John 3:16 speaks of an invitation to everlasting life: one extended to us with arms wide open. But it also speaks of love.
“For God so loved the world that He gave His only brought-forth Son, so that everyone who believes in Him should not perish but possess everlasting life.”
This love knows no colour, no creed and no selfish motivation. It knows only to give everything without guarantee of receiving anything in return. It is this love that should compel us to set forth no condition in loving another; no boundary to hold another out. Instead, to invite all who are thirsty, to receive, from arms wide open.
Death often sets the benchmark, distinguishing between a life simply spent, and one purposefully lived. Therefore, death ultimately defines the quality of our lives.
Linking up to Kate Motaung’s Five-Minute-Friday.