“God’s love was revealed to us in this way: God sent his only Son into the world so that we might live through him” (I John 4:9).

Elizabeth Barrett was one of England’s great women poets. Robert Browning was one of the giants of the Victorian Age of Poetry. Their meeting in 1845 marked the beginning of what came to be known as the “perfect companionship.” They were married in 1846. One evening, Elizabeth Barrett Browning rose from the supper table, moved to her husband’s side, and shyly placed a sheaf of papers in his coat pocket. On those papers were written her “Sonnets From The Portuguese,” considered by many to be among the finest love poems ever written. For…

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