“Love in the human is a growth that must be daintily nourished. It is timid in that it waits to be sought–it is powerful when once one fully possesses it or is possessed by it. It recognizes no foe, and yet overcomes opposition by its attractive force. It dignifies work, for work within its scope is delight. It joys in giving, for its province is to scatter blessings; and it lifts man to a realization of his oneness with infinite power.”
– Floyd B. Wilson, Man Limitless, 1905
Just think what a wealth of love the Father has lavished upon us,
in order that we might be called children of God:
and such we are!
God is Love;
and whoever continues in love,
dwells in God, and God in him.
We love, because He first loved us.
I John 3:1a
I John 4:16b & 19
Ferrar Fenton, translator
The New Testament in Modern English, Fourth Edition, 1906.