And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and though I have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, but have not love, I am nothing (1Corinthians 13:2).
The famous love chapter claims that we can have all faith, the kind of faith that actually moves mountains! Ah! But there’s a catch--it depends on our love walk. Faith works by love. I have to be honest. There are just some people I don’t want to love. So, I have to remind myself that these people are like apples in God’s eyes. He sees them much differently than I do. To Him they are His precious creations in whom He places high, high hopes. If I want to please God, I’d better be thinking about how I can love these people. He doesn’t appreciate it when people don’t love me, and He doesn’t appreciate me when I don’t love His other loved ones. Also, the only factor in life that changes all things is love. I might as well get on with it.