My oldest daughter just returned from France. She was part of a
Language Exchange program. She brought back the Eiffel Tower, on a
There are only two ways to make an Eiffel Tower Keychain
1) Find a very large Keychain
2) Make a very small Eiffel Tower.
My daughter went with option # 2.
It’s a cool Keychain and a sweet gift but at that size it should be called an
Eiffel Miniature not an Eiffel Tower.
Big things lose something when
you put them on a Keychain.
Love is a Big Thing, a really Big Thing.
It doesn’t really fit on a keychain.
It doesn’t belong there.
What kind of love are you carrying?
If the love in your life is not constraining you from false comforts
and harmful habits, it’s probably Keychain Love
If your love is not compelling you into places that are uncomfortable,
inconvenient and costly, it may be Keychain Love.
If you are not moving out of selfish behavior and into serving
behavior, it could be Keychain Love.
If you are avoiding hard truths to keep everyone happy, to keep the
peace, even a “false peace”, it might be Keychain Love
If you spend more time confronting than confessing
If you would rather win the argument than the relationship
If you think that Point of all discussions, is to make your Point
If you have built a reputation with your abilities
while hiding and denying your vulnerabilities
You might have drifted into Keychain Love.
I John 4:8 tells us that God is Love and you will not find Him at the
end of a Keychain.
Are we letting God grow our hearts bigger?
Are we praying for more love or are we shrinking our relationships to
Our daughters want and need more than a “souvenir relationship” with us.
Let’s break out the Big Love,
the Bold Love,
the Crazy Good Love.
The kind that will never fit
on the end of a Keychain!
Grace & Peace,
Dr. don Worcester