Love language seems to be in decline. For example: Even medical care has evolved from the hands-on healing of wounds and diseases to paying a person to tell you what drugs to take.
When it comes to love language, let’s be multilingual. Here are some ways we can make the world a better place by learning to speak people’s love language:
Profanity is no one’s love language. Neither are insults, name calling, or bullying. Tormenting thoughts, lying feelings, and ungodly desires should be fought, not fondled.
Skin color (like eye color) is a physical characteristic, not a hierarchal classification. No one is inferior to me; neither am I inferior to anyone. Racial supremacy is a myth. Learn to look at people as a blessing rather than as a threat.
American history has been so sanitized that most people think about it in a “blahzay” (blasé) way, unshocked by its horrors. Check out: Off the RACE Track–From Color Blind to Color Kind.
Liberty and racial supremacy are contradictions. One eliminates the other. Racial supremacy is a destructive myth, but radical, self-sacrificing love reveals the truth that most people are hurting worse than you think they are and really need to hear their love language. The racial walls built in America from 1619 till the 1960s are not easily torn down. (But there is hope!)
Life reveals almost unlimited form and design. Accidental design is an oxymoron.
The most dangerous place for human life is between conception and birth. Prenatal care or prenatal cruelty — which is the moral choice? When ignored injustice is exposed, sensitive hearts fill with love, compassion, and desire for healing.
For some people, the spiritual tide has gone out and they have blocked God’s living water from flowing into their heart. Try not to do that!.
Religion tries to fit God into a pattern. True Christianity interacts with God’s living presence. Why settle for religion?