DIG for Thursday the 7th of April…..all about His love…..John 17 v 23

Today we start a small mini-series of DIG from Sean, number 01 today…..

God loves you as much as He loves himself; the Father loves you as much as He loves Jesus.

It takes a lot for people to get their minds over this truth, and here it is in black and white, or for many red and white as this is Jesus speaking.

This is a sign of our salvation for as we become confident in God’s Love people notice that in us.

Knowing that God loves us as much as He loves himself.

This brings about a confidence and certainty that moves a person forward.

You learn what love truly is as you turn to Jesus and see how we are loved and how we should love; this is an awesome truth.

With this in mind no matter what comes against you will not deter you from doing what God requires of you.

Faith in this truth is key; God loves us, Jesus died for us.

It is all about His love not about ours.

There is a lot more to this and over the next few digs I write we will look at how love and knowing you are loved because of Jesus finished work is awesome, inspiring, and a real joy.

Over the last few weeks I have been ill but God has sent friends who have come alongside me and loved me, showing this very love of God.

As I write this I just had a very dear brother and sister in Christ deliver soup to both my wife and me.

My wife has been my guardian angel; my Pastor and fellowship, as well as a church elsewhere has had me in prayer.

I have been truly blessed, and had prayers for healing as well as phone calls and messages on line.

The point I’m making is that in this God was showing His love.

This is seeing that very love of God in action.

God blesses and pours out goodness and all because of this great love; this was shown on the Cross.

Speak this out today…..”Thank you God that you love us as much as you love yourself and thank you that we can demonstrate this love”.

John 17 v 23…..I in them, and thou in me, that they may be made perfect in one; and that the world may know that thou hast sent me, and hast loved them, as thou hast loved me


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