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If I didn't type anything else, I believe this message couldn't be anymore clear. To be honest, there isn't much I can really say about that either.
This morning as I was studying, I read 1 Corinthians 13. That verse at the end, a verse I have read hundreds of times, was staring at me almost as if it was trying to say, "These are gifts you have been given - that you will always have. They are not going away, and unlike other gifts, you can't spend these out, so use them." It was a pretty liberating realization for me, because I seem to sometimes view myself as someone who only sparingly shares love with others for fear of being hurt. And what about faith and hope? Those I feel like I use even less - I often don't even allow myself to have them, much less share them with others.
So, what this verse seemed to drive home to me this morning is that Christ has given me some amazing gifts that He wants me to share with the world around me. Before I can go around sharing them I have to be able to use them in my own life.
My prayer this morning is that I will be able to share the faith, hope, and love that I have been give to the rest of the you, and that you will see Christ in that.
What are your thoughts about faith, hope, and love, and the eternalness of them?