Whether or not you are a Christ-follower or not, I hope this short post today will be an encouragment to you. I think a part of all of us has been fashioned so that we desire to be someone's "one and only." I may be wrong in this assumption when including men, but I know as women, we desire to be pursued and loved this way. I was reminded late last week in a Beth Moore study I am participating in that each of us is Christ's "one and only." Read and think about this quote from her below:
"Somehow in His limitless capacity to love, nurture and watch over us, Christ can attend to each of us as if we are the only one in the world."
So, as Valentine's Day looms on the horizon this week, I hope this post serves as a quick reminder of God's love for you. He knows everything about you and your life - He purposefully crafted you in your mother's womb - He cares for you in a personal way. I pray that you remember that each of us is Christ's "one and only."