Thursday, July 28, 2011

Pain is NOT Love


Della said...

Fortunately, tattoos can be covered or removed these days. Maybe, just maybe...that girl has lost someone, too, and she feels that her pain reflects her love of that person. We interpret things in our own way, and that must be her way of showing it.

Olivia said...


I agree with you completely, but it still makes me so sad, because I believe God can turn even the greatest pain into something beautiful. She had to have been hurting or very confused, but either way even when we love and lose and experience pain it souldn't define what Love is or could be. I don't know if I am making any seems to be a lot easier for me to say things than write them lately.

Grandma Barb said...

Dear Sweet Olivia,
Your video is so powerful!! I'm going to email my daughter Christy to watch it. We were in Hurst last weekend for a conference Fri., Sat., and Sun. This couple who I met thru Amy Black at first United Methodist were the speakers. It was totally awesome !!
They are very prophetic. And Isabel ministers mostly to women but not all. Everyone attending received an awesome prophecy!The best things we learned were to put our soulman down and walk in the Spirit. That God, Holy Spirit, and Jesus each want a close relationship w/us. I never thought about "making God smile" and how to KEEP Him "first" in our lives. She said so many times we want something from Him, not just to fellowship w/Him. I could go on all nite but when my life calms down just a little bit-we will go out to lunch and linger and share.
Blessings to you both, and love, Barb

BK said...

I am so proud of you for offering this word of hope. I was missing you and wanted to see your face and hear your voice.