God’s children have been given the greatest gift that any life form could receive – eternal life receiving and giving love within God’s Holy Spirit! Created life has lasting prosperity as a vessel of the purity of Holy love, a euphoria of Holy Spirit pleasures, selflessly emanating Christ’s love to God and others!
Christ-like love includes; two people having a matter-of-fact acceptance of each other. Two people, in Christ-like love – no matter the challenges – but to know Jesus and to know each other! Christ-like love includes: when differences – make no difference.
Christ-like love is sensitive to encourage, lift up, and is busy in prayer – thoughtfully seeking the most graciously loving words possible to convey to Jesus and to others! Love is accountable, standing before Jesus at all times, welcoming Jesus’ view as to who they are – for basis’ of growth to keep loving greater! Gratitude’s joy embraces growing closeness within the Holy Spirit; as one, in-love! Selfless gratitude prays to become more aware of the love already received from our Father, to be a vessel of that love to God and others! Without Jesus, all of God’s children are short of Glory, all need to be cleansed, and all can always learn to love more! To know Jesus, is to rejoice with Jesus, in Glory’s purpose for creating more life – to give more love, to give more glory!
Praises can have the intent within them, of thankfulness; yearning for Jesus to feel loved and appreciated! Christ-like love celebrates in worship’s adoration of the presence of God’s Holy Spirit! As in Heaven, Christ-like love, joys in unified fellowship – Jesus is worthy of all His children unifying to love Him and each other!
Jesus, bearing everyone’s sins on a cross – in reflection to someone’s inability to forgive just one person – can yield enlightenment of being very short on love. Victory isn’t dependent on closure and does not hold to, “but you don’t know what they did to me(!),” but victory is dep
endant on love in Glory!
Whether being in the company of those of misery or of those in joy, but to Christ-like love! Rejecting love, can yield – if another chance – appreciating to love as Christ, as never before!
All that we have is a gift from love given. Nothing that we have originated from the point of receiving it, but from the point of love given. Love given from Jesus, and reciprocated with love given by Jesus’ children, creates an expanding synergy of love without end!
Love is obedient to the Holy Spirit’s ‘will,’ trusts Jesus, rejects ‘pride’s self, worldly, and sin,’ keeps Gods commands – and in truth’s humility – conducts only its guided role. Scripture’s wisdom reveals: two of God’s children within the Spirit, working ‘as one’ for Glory, can create more glory to our Father than as two individuals. Love, trusting unknown paths from Jesus, can yield novel achievements past human dreams and capabilities, giving God great glory!
In a surrender of all of one’s life, and all of oneself to God, is openess to the Spirit and Word through Holy Jesus! Ceaselessly embracing truth – that God is God, and a child of God is a child of God – can yield ceaseless openness to eternal revelations of the Spirit and Word.
No one bypasses the Holy power of Jesus – and makes it to Heaven! The most important message of love in the Bible and in this lifetime, to receive and give, is the message of Jesus and the cross – to repent one’s overall sins and to embrace Jesus as one’s Lord and Savior – for the restoration of eternal life through Jesus Christ!
1st John 4:16 And we have known and believed the love that God has to us. God is love; and he that dwells in love dwells in God, and God in him.
Titus 1:2 In hope of eternal life, which God, that cannot lie, promised before the world began;
Romans 6:23 For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.
1st John 1:9 If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forg
ive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.
John 5:39 Search the Scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they that testify of me.
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