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"Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth."

1 Cor 13:4-6

Today is Valentines day. For most people it's a romantic day. And For I, It's another Thursday. Well, maybe not just another Thursday, maybe I will pray more or show God how much I love him. God, is our great parent who loves us very much. Now, this line may sound Familiar from THIS POST OR THIS POST . It's all True though. God is Our Parent, and shows us unconditional Love. God Loves us and So I think it's only a little fair that we give him some love back as well.
I know this is the TDTA but I LOVE it so Much! 

May Your Valentines Day be filled with Great Love, and Joy!

Lovely Father,
You have blesses us all,
With your Unconditional,
everlasting Love. 
You have blessed me with 
the greatest gift of Family.

May I, through your help, 
show my love
to everyone I see in my day.
If it's my beloved Family,
if it's those whom I do not like.

May You help me, 
With my daily struggle,
To show everyone I know,
the love you have placed inside me.

May It be, through your Son, Jesus,
that we may learn by his example,
of what it truly mean to 
Love my neighbor as my self.
Who lives and 
reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
 one God, for ever and ever


Happy Valentines Day!

Lots of Love,


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