Part 3

In the letter to the Hebrews the 11th chapter and the 6th verse we read that it is impossible to please God without faith. We must believe that He exists and that He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him. Why do I mention faith when I write about love? Because you must believe that you are loved. If you do not believe that God loves you with a non-conditional love, your entire life will reflect that. You might have some fear and you might worry about many things. You do not live in security and harmony or you might look for love at the wrong places or in a wrong way.

When I ask you if you believe in God’s unconditional love, I hope to be an instrument in helping you to be deeply rooted in His love for you. Do you think that God would have sent His Son to earth to die for you if God hadn’t loved you? Jesus carried the sins of the world in order for us to come to the Father without sin.

The chastisement for our peace was upon Him.

Who else is willing to die to save you for eternity? Jesus is called the Savior. Do you understand how much Jesus has loved you? He has deleted all your sins and carried all your sicknesses in order for you to be healed.

                                        In His wounds you are healed.

I do know that we still sin and we do become sick, but Jesus has made it possible to get rid of sins and to get well.

I want to refer to Ephesians 3 and the 17th verse. It says: “May Christ dwell in your hearts through faith; that you, being rooted and grounded in love, may be able to comprehend with all the saints what is the width and length and depth land height-to know the love of Christ which passes knowledge; that you may be filled with all the fullness of God.” If we aren’t rooted and grounded in love, we lack the foundation for our lives. Most Christians know about love, but do they live in it. It is written that love is much greater than knowledge. Some people say that there is a very long way from the head down to the heart. It might take a long time for the palette to fall Words create what they say. Do you thank your Father and Jesus for their love to you? Do you look at yourself in the mirror and say how much you love yourself?

Words create what they say. Do you thank your Father and Jesus for their love to you? Do you look at yourself in the mirror and tell yourself how much you love yourself? Do you tell others how much you love them? We should also be better to tell people how much Jesus loves them. I see that something happens to people when I do that. Most people have not filled up their love-tank. Sometimes a smile or a special look can be enough to get them through the day. I have a few times been met by people who offering me help during last winter and I have gotten very thankful and happy even if I have managed without that help. We do not see God, nor Jesus and The Holy Spirit with our physical eyes and we are therefore dependent on people showing us love. I believe that God is using people to encourage us and the devil is using people to accuse us and lie about us.

Allow God to fill your love-tank today. It will be easier for you to fill that of another then. God loved you first. Receive it and give it to others.

I have several times mentioned that the devil is a liar. Many people feel rejected and lonely. The devil is very good in making people feel bad. They might say things like: “Nobody looks at me and nobody wants to be with me. People in the church do not invite me to their homes and the pastor ignored me when he passed me by today. My husband doesn’t see that I cleaned the house yesterday. Nor did he comment my new blouse. “ These are just some examples of thoughts that might become like huge houses in our mind. At the end we might totally forget that God loves us with an eternal love.

I want you to read 1.Corinthians 13. It is called the chapter of love. It says that love is kind and patience. It does not envy and it is not puffed up. Love does not rejoice in iniquity, but rejoices in the truth. Love bears all things, believes in all things and endures all things. Love never fails. Read the entire chapter for yourself.

The last Scripture I want to refer to is 1John 4:7 and the rest of the chapter. In verse 18 we read that there is no fear in love and perfect love casts out all fear. Fear involves torment and he who fears has not been made perfect in love.


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