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Perfect Love

God is perfect and He creates perfection.
Do you know you were perfectly made by God? 

It's true. So you can jump for joy and rejoice in knowing that.

There is no way He created us by chance. There is no way He created us without specific plans1 He always had for our lives. All of us have a part to play and He doesn't take that lightly. Thus, He wants the best for His best -- All of us.

That means you were no accident. You were created on purpose. How wonderful and awesome that is.

Our creation was orchestrated with perfection and extreme accuracy by God. He is the God of perfection. Everything He creates, He does with precision so sharp we could never come anywhere close to comprehending it. 

That means we're precious in His eyes. 

Since we were all created from God's image, we should have the same love for ourselves that God has for us. We should rest in knowing that nothing can take the place of God's distinct plan He created for His loving treasures -- All of us. That's right, we were wonderfully made by God. He always creates from love, because God is love2

That means you were created in love, from love, because you are loved. So forget about anything you were told to the contrary. God says different. He wouldn't die for just anybody. He died, because He loved each and every one of us and He never wants us to suffer (He already did that for us).

That means you have every right to love yourself and to love others, because God gave you that right when He created you from His perfect love. 

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1. Jeremiah 29:11
2. 1 John 4:7-10


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