Love is not a skill that’s learnt. Rather, it’s something that’s lived.
The first twenty verses in Ephesians 5 centres around love. A harmful “love” that takes the form of sexual immorality, idolatry and selfishness. This is a distorted version of love without the relationship.
Then, there’s the love that’s lived. A love that bridges life and society. A love that sings with joy.
Worship is foundational to the practice of love. It may look messy but often the Holy Spirit works through the complications.
Live as children of light. Love as Christ loved us.