Feel the Love of God

love-699480_1280-e1568668843773.jpgGalatians 6:9 tells us to not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. On your journey to do great things, there will be challenges, stresses, pressures and set-backs along the way. But you must not embrace negative feelings—let them come—and let them go. Don’t let worry, disappointment, or anything take your eyes off the task that God has set before you. Romans 8:39 affirms that nothing can separate you from the love of God. Little distractions… nor big disruptions can stop you from doing God’s will or feeling His love. And what does it mean to feel the love of God?

It means that you have a comforter, a way-maker, and a deliverer. You have someone who cares for you, watches over you, and provides for you. You have someone who understands what you are going through, sees you for who you are, and knows what you shall become. You have someone who hears your prayers and can answer before you call. You have someone who takes His love and washes away all your shame, pain, and fears.

So, when the cares of life start to chip away at your well-being, your peace of mind, or your finances… tell God about it. When you feel like giving up… tell God about it. When your heart’s heavy laden with things you can’t change…tell God about. When you feel defeated and rejected… tell God about. You don’t have to struggle along; Jesus is just a prayer call away. And when you call, He will answer. He can replenish you with whatever you need. He can rain down on you with an abundance of joy, love, peace, wealth, and health… He can grant you favor, grace, and mercy—and give you access to places you never thought you’d go.

You name it… you claim it… God’s got it!

Therefore, continue to do good. Do what is right and pleasing in the eyes of the Lord of lords. You’re not forgotten… Keep watching…keep praying… stir-up your faith. You’ll see miracles. Blessings are already here—and more are on the way… feel the love of God!

God Bless… I am Wiley’s granddaughter.

 

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