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I Love You

God's love is real and
it's around us all the time.
That's what the Lord says to us. 

"I love you."

Yes, He is telling us that no matter what we're up against; no matter the tide of the land right now; no matter what things seem like, He loves us.  All of us. It doesn't matter what we look like. Jesus is no respecter of persons, which means He doesn't show favoritism (He shows favor, but not favoritism). We are all His children.

God loves us. 

Sometimes people have a hard time with the concept that someone loves us that we can't see. Can we see air? Can we see the blood flowing through our veins? Can we see the world spinning? Can we see the frontal lobe of our brain thinking? Yet, all of it is crucial to our being and functioning. Without any of those things we cease to exist.  

That's how it is with God. He's omnipresent and so is His love. We can't see His love, but it is around us all the time. And when we tap into it we can feel it and sense it on an entirely different level. Although His love for us is obvious, ours for Him isn't. We can tap into His love though. All we have to do is ask Him out loud to come into our heart and ask Him out loud to forgive us for our mistakes (sins). Then we will experience Him like never before. I did it around 1999 and I was never the same. I was better, stronger, and faster than I've ever been. Life's struggles didn't elude me, but I was able to get through them more efficiently after He came into my life.

"If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved" ~Romans 10:9.

He loves us, because we are that special to Him.

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Reference:
Romans 2:11

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