Do you love me? Have you ever been asked this question? Has your parent, child, spouse, girlfriend, boyfriend, or other person asked you this question? Today's world makes it so easy for people to say I love you, but the sincerity and depth of those three words often lack the intensity and conviction they should carry.
In the scriptures, Jesus asks Peter, do you love me three times? Yes the same Peter who denied him three times because fear overcame his love. Christ teaches us that a genuine and sincere love overcomes fear not the opposite. Peter is now emphatic in his responses to Christ, culminating with his last response, “Lord, you know all things; you know that I love you.” Peter was certain of his love and commitment to Christ!
Where do you stand? What would be your response if asked the same question? Do you love Christ and if the answer is yes, is it obvious by the way you think, speak, and live. Loving and caring for those around us despite their worthiness of love speaks to the sincerity and commitment of our love for Christ. Every aspect of our day should center around following Christ and caring for others. Love him the way He loved you, fearlessly and unconditionally. Just a little advice to go!