Lovebirds

1 Corinthians 16:14

Do everything in love.

Isn’t this how it always is…the two lovebirds fly away together, and the flock comes soaring after, because the two might get out of hand, and may need supervision.

Or, “too be handled”.

Privacy: they find the time to converse amongst themselves

The flock follows thereafter, stand guard and watch for any slight movement, behavior that suggests the two are in love or like to make love or have sex or touch and simply be, enjoy and talk in each other’s arms all the while sweet.

The flock watches from afar

The flock eyes them with blackberries, I could not tell if sweet or bitter, but they get ideas of what they wish they could do from within, but words like conformity, decorum and mannerisms are key in the kingdom and it just simply isn’t their time to feel and be loved that way just yet.

The audience

Do you have a flock in your life you need to rid? It is okay to cut those ties.

1 Peter 4:8

Above all, love each other deeply because love covers over a multitude of sins.

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