Jeremiah 31.3

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The answer is in the Bible, God’s word. Jeremiah 31.3: I have loved you with an everlasting love.

God loves you, and He loves you with a agape love. There is no human love comparable to divine love. God loves you & wants to forgive you & have fellowship with you. Many of us do not know God’s love. If you knew his love, your life will be changed.

When man sinned what did God do?

He did not hate mankind because of their sin. Though God is holy & without sin & hates sin but he loves a sinner. Hate cannot transform a person’s life but love can. Understanding God’s unconditional love will revolutionize your life. Let us not think that God loves those who do good & does not love those who do evil. God is love 1 Jn 4:8.

Let God love you instead
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Employers don’t hire you based on their love for you. You have to perform. If you perform badly, you are punished or fired. The same thing is true in most relationships. I’ve had hundreds of married couples essentially tell me, “They don’t deserve my love.” However, the Gospel is that we don’t get what we deserve. Praise the Lord!

God’s love for us is unconditional. That is, God doesn’t love us because of some virtue we possess. God loves us because “God is love” (1 John 4:8), not because we are lovely.
One of the biggest problems people have in experiencing God’s love. If you believe God is the One who is causing all the problems in the world, it will definitely affect your relationship with Him.
God is not the source of our problems. Anyone who doesn’t get this right will never truly appreciate God’s love. It’s impossible to feel good about God if you believe the accusers that depict Him as evil.

Christians are blessed not fortunate
Fortunate means favoured because of good luck. The word “fortunate” is derived from the goddess of fortune in Roman, called “Fortuna”. However, she might not just bring good luck, she might also bring bad luck. Hence there is no say when will men encounter good or bad – all is left to

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