Ordinary to Extraordinary: Surprise
Learning how to love well means learning how they love to be be loved!
I would have to say the results were not surprising, but they were eye opening. Eye opening because my eyes tend to be focused on how I love best, what is comfortable for me.
". . . love does not seek it's own . . . " 1 Corinthians 13:5
But what is comfortable for me may not be the love language that reaches the heart of my husband, my son, and my two daughters. And I want to capture their hearts with my actions and my words.
MAYBE YOU WANT TO DO THAT FOR YOUR FAMILY TOO.
So take the test and have your family members take it. The link is HERE. It doesn't take long and the results are emailed to you. I had my son, who has his own email address, email me his results.
Surprise your family members with little things that capture the language of their heart.
Your ordinary acts of love may not have had the extraordinary results you were hoping for, especially if you have teenagers. But acting intentionally in the ordinary moments of life according to their love language could reap some extraordinary results.
Have a blessed day! Surprise someone you love with a blessings that speaks straight to their heart!
If you missed any post in this series, Ordinary to Extraordinary, you can find them in the following links:
V - Valentines and Jehoshaphat
And your cartoon for this week (This made me laugh-out-loud!)