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By Curtis Johnson
The English language does not serve up justice to the word ‘Love’.
It allows for an unrestricted usage relative to the object of our affection. “I love my house, and I love my car; I love my dog, and I love my cat”.
If the equity in my house rises high enough, I will sell it and buy a better one. If my car no longer performs or I desire to have a new one, I’ll sell or trade it. My dog stands by me, and he’s my best friend. My cat is quiet and very comforting.
“I love my teachers, and I love my preachers: I love my parents and my siblings ...
Just A Mite
Gold, silver, and other precious metals are seldom to be found on the surface of the earth. They are more likely to be found at the bottom of the sea or under rocks and deep in dirt.
It might be that the great find is not so much, like a small and measly little mite. It pays to remember that even small things are most precious in His sight.
Sometimes, the greatest darkness is our lot before we can see the light.
Sometimes, there is no 'pay dirt' after I have labored with all my might.