A groom was having an anxiety attack on the eve of his wedding day. Noticing how nervous he was, his best man asked, "Have you lost the ring?"
"No," came the reply.
"Well, have you lost the plane tickets for your honeymoon? Do you have enough money for your trip?" came the next questions.
"None of those," said the groom. "I've lost my enthusiasm for getting married!"
Many Christians are like that. They have lost their enthusiasm for their Lord. There was a time in their lives when all of life centered around their Savior. Serving Him, praying and worshiping were the most significant parts of their lives. But something has happened.
Our theology may be right. Our church attendance may be right. We may do things for others. But our Lord declares, "There is one thing wrong. You do not love Me as you once did!"
Perhaps this would be a good time to recall how much He meant to us when we first met Him.
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