I worship God because His love is the reason I am here. There is no way to repay that debt. Whatever love my heart can manage, which is severely limited in comparison to His, I plan on using to attempt to repay that debt.
Hmm 44 words...I knew 20 wouldn't cut it.
OH I just had a grammar revelation, and I thought I'd share. As an English major, I have grappled with whether to use the capitalized pronoun or keep it lowercase, when referring to God. I recently decided on lowercase, since many bibles use lowercase. However, I just realized as I responded above, that the pronoun for myself ("I") is perpetually capitalized, for practical reasons among others. But if I (supposedly) deserve the respect of having my own personal pronoun capitalized, the nature of my response above dictates that God deserves above and beyond that...and the least I can do is reach for the shift key for Him.
And since I can't use "i" for me because it breaks one of the strongest rules of grammar (even though e.e. cummings gets away with it
), I will simply have to change my personal view (which wasn't very strong to begin with) and start using the capital "H."
LOL Forgive my English grammar geek moment there, but it was inspired by my response to the thread.