I’m just being thankful for the love He has for me and my family. Think of some one who would like to hear from you. Give them a call. Think of some one from whom you’d like to hear. Give them a call. They may just need for you to take the initiative. Be thankful for the opportunity if you still have it. The Lord is leading me toward retirement home visitation. Do you see any opportunities?
“Love is inconvenient,” I heard the wise man say. “Too soon today’s tomorrow; take advantage of today.”
Love is inconvenient; what matters most to me, will through those things I love most become reality.
“Love is inconvenient,” to say is mere adieu; to think of love is noble, the challenge is to do.
Love is inconvenient; one takes a heart-felt score. It does not take a genius to see what matters more.
“Love is inconvenient,” the lonely heart will cry: “None on earth will have me, be in life or should I die.”
Love is inconvenient, the richer soul can’t see, that trifles he sees loathsome, the poor eats heartily.
Love is inconvenient, self-pity breeds implosion: Turn your focus outward, compassion–soul’s explosion!
“Love is inconvenient,” the Savior He did say: “Adam, he is in trouble; his debt, he cannot pay.”
“Love is inconvenient,” heaven begins to moan: “Alone the Son must pay it on the cross of groan.”
Love is inconvenient, there’s just no other way–the shed blood there atoning as sacrificial pay.
Love is inconvenient, condemned stood He for me; Compassion–soul’s explosion, He’s the epitome!
“Love is inconvenient,” He rose again to say: “My son, yours is the Kingdom, eternally to stay.”
“Love is inconvenient,” the Savior says to me: “The world is lost and dying. I say to you, ‘Go ye.’”
Written sometime in the early 1990’s by Rev. Keith Hood in Asheville, NC.
Written by Keith Hood. Keith operates Cross Cultural Musique in Leesburg with his wife, Janice. He has a blog at http://soulfoodfromthehood.spaces.live.com.