Human love is usually conditional and based upon how other people behave toward us. This kind of love is based upon familiarity and direct interaction. This is in contrast Agape love, which gives and sacrifices itself without expecting anything back in return. That means true Love is the laying down of one’s life, and therefore to love completely means to love to the end of one’s life. Continue reading
The loving-kindness of God is better than life. Once you experience that kind of kindness, you can never think of this kindness as something small and insignificant. I wonder if you have ever experienced the Loving Kindness of God for yourself.
The Loving Kindness of God is eternal. I have experienced this kindness. I am the recipient of the kindness of Almighty God. My sins are forgiven. I am a son of the Almighty God. I have the promise of eternal life. I am a personal recipient of the loving kindness of Almighty God through his Son Jesus.
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Some things are worth holding onto whilst others are worth letting go of. Friendship is worth holding onto, but junk in the home is defiantly worth getting rid of, unless it happen to be an antique. It’s worth holding on to some relationship, whilst you’re better of ending others.
Jesus selected some people to be his best friend, and some of them spend almost three years going round from village to village preaching. In the end they all let go of him and went their own way. Jesus didn’t try to hold on to them, he let them go, knowing that they will soon return back to him. There is an old saying, “If you love somebody, let them go. If they return, they were always yours. If they don’t, they never were.” Jesus knew that his disciples were his and he trusted them to make the right choose, which they did. Continue reading →