Love changes things. It can warm a frozen heart. It can mend a torn relationship. It can lift a soul out of the pit of despair. It can change things. Love changes others, but loving others can change us. Soon after I accepted Jesus, circumstances led me to take a job as an orderly in a level one nursing home, something totally foriegn to my nature. After getting through the first day without running out the back door screaming, I truly started loving in a way I never knew. In a week, I found myself walking home singing, so happy from giving love in a special way. Love changes things, love changes us! Loving one another is a commandment that definitely should be followed in the church and Ephesians 5:19-21 is a good example of a Spirit filled church, yet a tough thing for many people to do is verse 21, “submitting to one another … ” Submitting doesn’t mean being a doormat but out of reverence for God and love for one another, we are to be thinking of the interests of others before our own. Love changes the church! Nobody is perfect, we all get our backs up now and then, and tempers may flair. We’re human, it happens, but that doesn’t give us an excuse to stop lovng! It calls on it all the more. As Paul instucts in Ephesians 4:26,27, “don’t let the sun go down on your anger!” Very wise councel that should be followed in all situations. Love restores relationships! So, go out tomorrow, go out the rest of your life, full of confidence, because you are undeservedly, unconditionally, loved by God, and graciously show His love to others and watch as love changes things!