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Love Is The Medicine

Love is the medicine. Healing love in a birthday poem of a husband to his wife.

Yes, during the Covid year 2020. 

See how this healing love looks and feels like in the said poem:

love is the medicine

“A long time ago, I was a lonely man. 

A very broken man.

Walks were filled with tears flowing from my eyes.

People avoided me like a phantom.

I became invisible.

I thought I’d die of pain.

Wondering if I’ll ever love again.

And crying before God why He allowed things so sadly …

Till you came along unexpectedly, 

A rare bright rose by a rocky wayside. 

You gently touched my face,

Wiped away the tears.

Still I only pushed you away with my fears.

Please go, go, go!

Why would you not let me go?

Feelings cannot be replaced by anything material,

Or just fleeting pleasures.

Despite our many blemishes,

What amazing grace the Lord grants us!

Not everything you lose is a loss.

His beautiful beginnings 

Disguised as painful endings.

As we learn from our mistakes

As we ask Him to remove our shortcomings,

He heals our wounds.

Our life’s past chapters over,

Our lives and selves get better.

His love endures forever.

Honey, we’re getting older.

Over time our faces and bodies alter.

Like mists, we’re here only for awhile,

And just passing by.

Some day the Lord will take us home.

For me, I’m ready to go, anytime,

Abounding with joy and peace.

Knowing you have truly loved me 

As I am, as the Lord has loved me ..

His love, your love, heals me!

From invisible to heartily visible, 

A wounded healer who’s touching many today.

It’s my best testimony about you, honey,

And your love, on this special day.

Heaven shouts my praise!

The winds and rains sing my dearest melodies!

Wishing you the best of health, happiness, and heavenly blessings!

I love you, my love … this memorable year of 2020! “

How so true. What psychiatrist Dr. Karl Menninger once wrote: “Love is a medicine for the sickness of the world; a prescription often given, too rarely taken.”

But there is a love greater than human love. The ultimate need for love in the human heart can only be fulfilled by God.

“For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever believes in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life.” (John 3:16)

“And hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us.” (Romans 5:5)

Love is the medicine.





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