Love Never Fails

When we place our faith in what Jesus did for us – lived, died, buried, rose from grave – we become God’s children. Being God’s child was totally dependent upon what He did for us, not what we did, are doing, or will do for Him. He loved us when we were unlovable (Rom. 5:8), when we were complete and utter failures (Rom. 5:6), and when we didn’t love Him (1 Jn. 4:10). Will this all being true, is there anything we can do to make God stop loving us? Nada. Zilch. Nothing.
“In all these things we are more than conquerors (victory is given to us) through Him (not us!) who loved us (and when did this happen? Before we did anything right or loved Him at all!) For I am convinced that neither death (doesn’t say how it happens) nor life, neither angels or demons (those bad boys want us to think some crazy stuff) neither the present nor the future (about sums up all the time we have), nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation (what’s not included in the all, you? Not a chance!), will be able to separate us from the Love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Rom. 8:37-39)
As God’s children through what Jesus did, not us, we can never be separated from His love. Wow, we are that secure in Christ! My friend (see entire week’s thoughts), I know I’ll see you again. You are my brother. Because Jesus is alive, I know you are too. Yeah, I’m upset at what you did, but love never fails – Jesus’ for us, and mine for you.
“S”et Free Nowww

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