Being Loving Means Overlooking Offenses – Fulfilling Your Vows

If it is Biblical love that we want to show our spouses and not merely affection or attraction, then a chief way we must show that love is through overlooking petty offenses. In other words, being loving means overlooking offenses.

[Love] does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful. – 1 Corinthians 13:5 Biblical, godly love does not keep score to make sure the housework is split 50/50.

Biblical love does not silently fume when socks are left out or when dinner is late. Biblical love is not easily frustrated by someone loading the dishwasher a different way. Click Link Below for More.

Source: Being Loving Means Overlooking Offenses – Fulfilling Your Vows

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