God’s love language

obedeince Gods love languageThey say you can give and not love but you can’t love and not give.
It was love that cost God to give His only son. In fact David was an addicted giver, he said he wasn’t going to give to God that which wouldn’t cost him anything. Abraham was something else, after waiting for years for a son, he was ready to sacrifice the same boy cause of love. Solomon topped the list by giving God a thousand burnt offerings and at another point gave God 3000 talents of gold which is equivalent to 576 million dollars and with the new exchange rate, 144 billion naira. Now that’s breathtaking.
But funny enough God didn’t call Abraham or even Solomon “a man after my own heart”, he called David that. And that was because David understood God’s love language.
David understood one thing that meant so much to God was his time. David gave God all of his time. In Psalms 122:1. He was quoted to have said “I was glad when they said let us go to the house of the Lord” at another time he said 7 times daily would I praise thee. He still went further to say “I’d rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God than dwell in the tents of wickedness”. Psalms 55:11 also says “Evening, morning and noon will I pray and sing aloud”
David’s willingness to spend his lifetime in God’s presence earned him his title “A man after God’s own heart”
They usually say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, but the way to God’s heart is through your time.
Peradventure you know all the love songs, do you know His love language?
Give God quality time today!
Remain ever blessed

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