Are you feeling loved today?
Consider Roman’s 8:38
What can come between us and
the love of God’s Anointed?
Can troubles, hardships, persecution,
hunger, poverty, danger, or even death?
The answer is, absolutely nothing.
In this mean and evil world, it’s hard to keep our hearts and souls from becoming singed by the fire. I recall times when the mud has been slung at me. Keeping the awful words from repeating over and over again in my mind became a difficult task. I had to continually throw these words out and replace them with God’s Word.
And this is the truth.
For this reason, we must renew our minds daily (maybe more often) with God’s Word to fight off the meanness that is so often slung at us like mud. We must remind ourselves constantly about the love of God. This is the love that truly matters to us. And with this love, we are more the conquerors!
As the hymnist wrote, Oh the Love of God! How Rich and Pure! If we bathe our minds with these truths then the joy of the Lord will return to us. After all, “What can mere man do to me?”
Follow this step by step process
- Find 10 Scriptures about God’s love and insert your name into the text. Start with Romans 8.
- Repeat these scriptures over and over until they become part of you. This is called the renewing of your mind.
- To help you out I have created this downloadable with ten scriptures leaving a blank for your name. Download it now and start the renewing process.
Finally, if you follow this process whenever hate tries to take over your mind. You will soon find that you are bathing in the Sonlight of God’s love with a renewed and transformed mind.
Feeling Your Pain,
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This post inspired by the prompt Loved
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Pastor’s Wife (retired) & Chronic Pain Warrior blogs about how to make it through anything by relating her own life experiences to her writing. She is passionate about her love for the Lord and desires to spread that passion to others. She has a great desire to encourage women who are following behind her.