What is love? Is it something we can see or feel, or is it an illusion that keeps us reaching but never quite able to acquire. Why has the acquisition of love become so elusive? I would argue that it is not love that is elusive, but what we have been taught about it and what we have come to believe it is or is supposed to be. If you ask different people what love it, you will be shocked by the many different responses to this question. In order to understand love you must go to the origin of source. Most never look any further than themselves or within their circle of friends and family. If the truth be told, no one ever sat me down to explain what love was, so I then through many life experiences gathered my own concept of what it was. I learned that there was always a value attached to love but never found anyone who could pay its full price. This also left me unequipped to pay the price for love. After many years of hurt, heartache, and turmoil, bad relationships, failed family relationships, I decided to seek God for the origin of love.
I found that God is love. 1 John 4:8 says, But anyone who does not love does not know God, for God is love.