The love that is meant to be

People who are disappointed in love sometimes struggle long and hard to overcome hurt and depression. Yet this need not be so. God has not created us to suffer rejection and loneliness but to love and be loved.

If our overtures to others are ignored or refused, our joy can stay intact. If a relationship that seemed right to us has been dissolved, our joy can be restored. A purer, stronger affection—an affection even deeper than family ties—awaits our discovery. We can learn of and consciously abide in that love which is never unfulfilled, never severed—the love of God for His own offspring.

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