Faith

Love Notes

Written by Sue Harrison

Our daughter Krystal gave her dad (my husband) a new Bible for his birthday. To make the gift even more special Krystal asked her brother and his wife and two daughters to join her in highlighting a verse chosen especially for their dad/grandfather. They chose some beautiful scriptures and wrote the “address” of each on the inside front cover and everyone signed his or her verse. As the others were writing in the Bible, little Rylee snuggled up to her aunt and whispered sadly, “Aunt Kris, I don’t have a verse.”  Krystal asked her to just write her own message to Grandpa.  So Rylee did – in large printed  letters across the whole width of the inside cover.

My husband was delighted with his Bible and pretty much speechless about those very special chosen verses. He shared them with me, but what stood out the most was what  Rylee had written, “frome Rylee I Love You.”

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A week or so later, I was thinking about  Rylee’s message, and I realized that Rylee did have a verse, actually more than one. In three small words she had pretty much summed up every  chapter, every book, every parable, psalm, and poem in the whole Bible. In three small words she had written God’s message to each of us: I love you.

I love you. I love you. I love you. From God.

Do you have favorite verse? If you do, please share it with us. I’ll share one of mine in the comments, too.

Blessings!

Sue

About the author

Sue Harrison

BIO: Novelist Sue Harrison is best known for her Alaska trilogies. Her novels, national and international bestsellers, have been published in more than 20 countries in 13 different languages. Her novel Mother Earth Father Sky was named by the American Library Association as a Best Books for Young Adults. Sue lives with her husband in Michigan, but has family here in Nebraska and love Nebraska’s rich history. She is currently writing romantic suspense for the inspirational market. Catch up with Sue on her website and blog – www.sueharrison.com .

1 Comment

  • I promised to share one of my favorite verses in the comments, and here’s one (of many!). God has just given me this verse as a promise in my life, and I am so delighted with it. From the Old Testament book of the Psalms, chapter 92, verses 14 & 15. “When they are old, they will still produce fruit. They will be healthy and fresh.”