Fifty Ways to Say I Love You

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It doesn't matter if you’re married or single, young or old, male or female. Everyone wants to be loved.

It doesn’t matter if you’re married or single, young or old, male or female. Everyone wants to be loved.

Here are 50 ways you can say I love you today. Trust me. Someone desperately needs to hear it.

  1. Smile at a stranger.
  2. Forgive an old wound.
  3. Share your last piece of gum.
  4. Pray with someone.
  5. Send a card.
  6. Visit someone who is lonely.
  7. Acknowledge someone’s pain.
  8. Take a meal.
  9. Share the gospel.
  10. Spend some time.
  11. Give someone else the last piece of cake.
  12. Send flowers.
  13. Say it with chocolate.
  14. Apologize.
  15. Make a phone call.
  16. Drive someone to a doctor’s appointment.
  17. Let someone else go first.
  18. Let someone cry.
  19. Do that chore that no one else wants to do.
  20. Hug a friend.
  21. Bake something.
  22. Hold the door.
  23. Give up your seat.
  24. Babysit.
  25. Say, "I Love You."
  26. Listen.
  27. Write a love note
  28. Say, "Thank you."
  29. Make eye contact.
  30. Make someone feel seen.
  31. Invite someone to church.
  32. Buy someone’s meal in the drive-thru.
  33. Visit a nursing home.
  34. Rock a baby.
  35. Don’t say I told you so even when you told them so.
  36. Don’t hold a grudge.
  37. Hold hands.
  38. Kiss.
  39. Play a game.
  40. Put down your phone.
  41. Daydream with someone.
  42. Believe in someone.
  43. Laugh.
  44. Open your home to people.
  45. Be like Christ.
  46. Meet someone for coffee.
  47. Serve.
  48. Sacrifice.
  49. Step outside your comfort zone.
  50. Say, "I Love You."

Written by Stacy Edwards

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