The phrase “falling in love” is not a biblical expression. The Bible reveals that love is much greater than just a feeling. In the Bible love is primarily a commitment, rather than emotion. Falling in love sounds good, however if you can fall in love, you can also fall out of love. Those countries and cultures in the history of the world that practice arranged marriages have low divorce rates probably because they realized it wasn’t feelings or emotions that made or unmade marriages. Richard Walker, founder of Amor Ministries, stated, “Love is the giving of the very best you have on behalf of another regardless of response”. Even when it’s thrown back in your face? Yes, because isn’t that what Jesus did and does for us? I have to admit I am a work in progress. You speak on it.

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