Super Glue

24 Apr

From the Heart

Louise Gibson

Louise Gibson

To me, love is the super glue
that bonds people together.
It’s a bond that doesn’t weaken,
regardless of the weather.

In a more practical sense,
the strongest glue in the world is not found in a store.
Dive into the ocean, instead-
and explore the ocean floor.

Barnacles and mussels fasten themselves to
boats, piers, and rocks.

Many shellfish secrete a protein that allows them
to firmly cling to any surface, even in salt water.

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology are currently studying shellfish in an
attempt to develop a stronger kind of waterproof glue
that can be used in ship repairs and even with
surgical incisions.

For an even stronger kind of glue, dive into the Bible
and study the subject of love. The apostle Paul said
that nothing can separate us from God’s love and that God
has shed abroad His love in our hearts Romans 8:39.
According to Colossians 2:2 our hearts are “knit together
in love”,


2 Responses to “Super Glue”

  1. Old Things R New April 24, 2015 at 10:59 am #

    Love surely is super glue and God’s love is the strongest of all. He can bring forgiveness to a heart that has been shattered.


    • Louise Gibson April 24, 2015 at 2:28 pm #

      Well said, Alta. I can attest to that. He is great at healing broken hearts. It would be rare to find anyone who hasn’t gone through a painful experience during their lifetime.


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