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A Daily Devotional with Journal Prompts

Updated: Mar 28, 2021





1 CORINTHIANS 13:1-3 says, "If I speak in the tongues of men or of angels, but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have a faith that can move mountains, but do not have love, I am nothing. If I give all I possess to the poor and give over my body to hardship that I may boast, but do not have love, I gain nothing."









Did you know that the greatest commandment in the Bible is to love? It is to "'Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength, and with all your mind'; and, 'Love your neighbor as yourself."


In this, our entire purpose in life is realized.



So, how is your love-life?


If we are honest, many of us have allowed our love to grow cold. We have encountered real-life trials that have chipped away at the passionate zest to express this.


Love is a delicate, yet powerful force.


Martin Luther King, Jr. famously once quoted, “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”


We often underestimate what can be done when this area is cultivated and honed in on.

The Bible teaches us that God is love. He is the very essence and quintessential embodiment of love. As a matter of fact, as you spend more time in the Bible, you will soon realize that it is a love letter.


There are 66 books that weave the bigger picture and message that our Creator desires,

and has made a way for us to be reconciled, restored, and redeemed back to Him. It is in the Word that we see the sacrificial, obedient, surrendered, and self-less love of Jesus. By His example, it mutually inspires us and challenges our "love lives".


Let's be honest here:

  • Maybe your ability to love started to get contaminated by life disappointments, betrayal, and deep soul wounds.

  • Maybe love has been quenched by the resistance to let go of unforgiveness, resentment and bitterness.

  • Maybe love isn't flowing as effortlessly from you to others because it has become blocked by the walls to keep others out from ever being in the position to hurt you again.

  • Maybe your view of love is straight up conditional and circumstantial.

  • Maybe life trials and situations have made you question if God loves you.

  • Maybe you have never known, heard or experienced that GOD LOVES YOU! [Insert your name here]


This eBook was created and revamped to guide you through renewing and revitalizing your in this area with providing daily scriptures and journal prompts.


Why I needed a

LOVE RESET.


I have experienced all of the above. And, I recognized it and realized that I did not want the cold, hard heart to persist within me throughout my life. It was time for the condition of my heart, mind, soul and spirit to be restored.


When I made a decision to cry out to God, I began to study the Word and to trust God to restore me. One of the first things I realized was that in order to experience the freedom of love and the joy of walking in it, I would need to surrender my grip on the negatives; dwelling on who didn't show up for me, what that person did, why I can't just let it go, trying to change myself and control others responses. I had to be willing to allow God to change my perspective and rewrite my story of how I would engage life.


When I began the process, I found myself frustrated because it felt like it was a big mountainous task. At first it didn’t seem like anything was changing. Day by day I could see that I was! God was teaching me to receive love, to truly believe I was completely and worthy of love, and to love again.


By learning about love with a different understanding and praying daily about what I was reading, I could overcome the soul wounds, past experiences, and break down the walls that prevented the free flow of love in and out of my life. And you can too.


Reset is defined as:


A set again or differently; to adjust, or fix in a new or different way:

  • To reset priorities

  • To restart, reboot, restore, restoration, reestablish, re-establishment, restarting, resetting, restoring, reestablished, reestablishing, reinitialize, rebooting, reinstate, reestablish, reinstatement, readjust, restart, boot.


Our love may need to be unplugged from the way we have been operating, and renewed through a refreshed perspective found in the Word of God. We can get it jump-started again so we can move forward in strength and intentionality.


The most potent force on the earth is love, and without it, we are nothing.



The Love Reset EBook


Details:

  • 70 pages

  • Scriptures included

  • Daily Journal Prompts

  • Challenge questions


Click here to order your copy of the 31 day devotional to begin your Love Reset journey. Purchase with a notebook or journal (Shop our store) to write down your notes.


Cheers to loving well,



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