The bible wants us to love with the Agape love of Christ. He wants us to forgive all those who have wronged us. We should turn the other cheek and not retaliate when others do us harm. God is love. He loves us so much that he sent his only son to die on the cross, so we can be reconciled to him. His children are called love as well. We should all say it on a daily basis. “I am Love.”
Love is not silent, it speaks loudly. We can see his love in everything around us. He is the God of all abundance and he freely gives his love to us. He is close to us every day, watching over us with loving kindness and tender mercies.
The love of God is unfailing and compassionate. He will not hold our sins against us, or give us the punishment we deserve. He is ready to pardon and willing to wash us clean from our sins. He is the all-powerful God who doesn’t need anything from man, yet he chooses to be mindful of our every need. God wants us to know who we are in Christ.
He first loved us, even when we were far from him and deep in our sins. He cares for us. He is a covenant-keeping God who will never ever leave us. Let us love like him:
Love and Marriage
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