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A letter to Angel from Cupid with 49 days until Valentine’s Day

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Dear Angel,

Hey there! My name is Cupid, and I’ve been shooting love arrows for centuries! Yep, that’s right, I’m the guy responsible for making people fall in love. It’s a pretty fun job, but it can get pretty hectic around Valentine’s Day. I mean, have you ever tried to keep track of all those arrows and make sure they hit the right targets? It’s a lot of work, let me tell you! But enough about me, I want to hear about you!

So, tell me, Angel, what do you love to do for fun? I bet you’re into some pretty cool stuff. As for me, when I’m not out spreading love, I like to sharpen my arrow-shooting skills and play a game or two of hide and seek with my fellow cupid friends. Oh, and I love a good joke – here’s one for you: Why did the cupid cross the road? To make someone fall in love on the other side, of course!

Now, let’s talk about love. You see, Valentine’s Day is all about celebrating love, but not just any kind of love. The real meaning of love can be found in the Bible. In 1 Corinthians 13, it says that love is patient, kind, and never fails. It’s not just about romantic love either; it’s about loving your family, friends, and even your enemies. So, as you celebrate Valentine’s Day, remember to spread love to everyone around you, just like I do with my arrows.

Well, I better get back to work spreading love all over the world! Remember, I’ll keep shooting arrows – you keep loving God, Angel.

P.S. Here’s a fitting Bible verse for you: “Above all, love each other deeply because love covers over a multitude of sins.” – 1 Peter 4:8



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