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Exploring the Depth of Love: Lessons from "I Want to Know What Love Is" πŸ’Œ

🎡 Exploring the Depth of Love: Lessons from "I Want to Know What Love Is" πŸ’Œ

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In this month's newsletter, we embark on a journey inspired by the iconic song "I Want to Know What Love Is" by Foreigner. (Who Michelle and I are seeing Wednesday with Her mom) and this was playing in a car I was in yesterday so it seems perfect.

 🎀 Did you know that this heartfelt melody not only speaks to our human longing for love, but also echoes a spiritual yearning to understand the profound love that God offers us? Let's dive into the lyrics, discover a couple of fascinating facts about the song, and uncover the timeless truths they hold.

🎢 "I Want to Know What Love Is" Lyrics Excerpt 🎢

"I want to know what love is

I want you to show me

I want to feel what love is

I know you can show me"

Facts About the Song:

1. Hitmaker Anthem: Released in 1984, "I Want to Know What Love Is" became a massive hit, topping charts in multiple countries. Its emotional resonance and powerful vocals continue to captivate listeners, making it a timeless anthem of love and longing. 🎢🌟

2. Gospel Choir Collaboration: One of the standout features of the song is the gospel choir that joins Foreigner's lead singer, Lou Gramm. The choir's harmonious presence adds a unique dimension to the song, enhancing its depth and emotional impact. 🎡🎀

πŸ“¦ Devotional Message: Embracing God's Unconditional Love 🌟

Our human understanding of love can be limited, often intertwined with emotions and circumstances. However, the divine love that God offers surpasses our comprehension. Just as the lyrics yearn to know love's depth, we too can embark on a journey to explore the depths of God's unconditional love for us. This love is unwavering, regardless of our past, flaws, or mistakes. It's a love that offers hope, healing, and transformation. πŸ™β€οΈ

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John 4:8, we read, "God is love." Our Heavenly Father demonstrates His love through His Son's sacrifice, teaching us that true love involves selflessness, compassion, and forgiveness.

Takeaway for Reflection: Embodying God's Love πŸ’–

1. Seek God's Love: Let your heart echo the song's sentiment by seeking to know God's love on a deeper level. Spend time in prayer and reflection, inviting His presence to reveal His boundless love to you.Β πŸ“–πŸ•ŠοΈ

2. Share Love's Message: Just as you've experienced God's love, share it with others. Acts of kindness, compassion, and forgiveness demonstrate His love in tangible ways. πŸ’•πŸ€—

3. Invite Others: Encourage others to sign up for this newsletter, where we explore themes that inspire and uplift. By sharing these insights, we create a community that's rooted in love and spiritual growth. πŸŒ±πŸ’Œ

Closing Thoughts: A Journey into Love's Depths

As we listen to "I Want to Know What Love Is," may it serve as a reminder of our quest to understand both human and divine love. Let's open our hearts to receive God's transformative love and extend it to those around us. Together, as a congregation united by love, we can create a haven of hope and encouragement. ✨🌈

So, as you embrace the essence of love in its various forms, remember that God's love remains the truest and most powerful force. Let's continue this journey, knowing that God's love is not just something we want to know, but something we are meant to experience and share.

Blessings and Have a Totaly amazing week

John and Michelle H,

P.S. Encourage your friends and fellow congregants to sign up for this newsletter to join our community in exploring faith, inspiration, and the power of God's love. Share the joy of uplifting messages with them! πŸŒŸπŸ’Œ

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