Last night, I was listening to the song “I just haven’t met you yet” by Michael Bubble, and the line “All is fair in love” somewhat caught my attention that made me think and ask whether love is really fair.
Suddenly, I was reminded about the real love that I have found, and I could say that love isn’t really fair.
“But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” – Romans 5:8 (NIV)
If real love is fair then I am unloved.
I am grateful because the ultimate love that I could ever have isn’t fair; He loves me with my flaws and all. I am not worthy, yet He died for me, and He rose to live again with me. I don’t deserve His love, yet He loves me beyond what I could imagine.
His love is incomparable that I could never love Him the same. His love is so big that I was so lost in the vastness of His love. His love is unconditional, beyond fairness, and equality.
I may feel unworthy at times, but with Him I will never be unloved.