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Who Shall Separate Us from God’s Love?

Who could possibly be big enough to thwart God and His love toward us?  People, demons, the devil himself?  Not a chance.

But, do we really believe we are continual recipients of God’s love?  Here is how we can tell.  When we act unloving to anybody (even our enemies), it is because we feel unloved.

If we cannot be separated from God’s love, why do so many people feel unloved?  It is because people have trouble, hardships, persecution, money problems, feel they are in danger, and even threatened (see Romans 8:36).  Having these things in our lives certainly distracts us from experiencing God’s love.  But Paul wrote, “For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” Romans 8:38-39.  Paul was convinced because he believed the Word of God rather than his circumstances.  If we are not walking in love to all of the people around us, we are showing that we do not have faith that God’s Word is true and His love is never failing.

Today, let’s sweep fear, anger, doubt, and anxiety away.  Let’s meditate on God’s unfailing love until our hearts burst forth with love and compassion for the weak and frustrated souls that God puts in our path.

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