There is nothing in the world more freeing than being loved as you are. Having God’s love frees us from the burdens and weight of a confused world.
God wants you to truly live as His cherished children by stepping forth and totally experiencing that freedom. He wants you to see yourself through His eyes and move in step with Him as you go through life.
The love God has given you through Jesus Christ will set you free. Put God first in everything you do, and I promise you, you’ll never be happier! I am so blessed it’s unbelievable. It’s all because I trusted in God!
Get up every day and begin to declare who God says you are. “I am a child of the Most High God. I am loved by God. I am strengthened by God. I am accepted by God, and I am full of purpose and destiny.”
God loves you so much today. He wants to lift your burdens and bring you comfort. He wants you to have peace because you trust in Him.
Today, know that you can find strength, confidence and stability in God’s love. Receive His invitation to rest securely in Him.
Cast your cares on Him because He cares for you. His love knows no bounds; it never ends, and it will empower you to walk in freedom and success in all areas of your life!
When you know you are loved, you can love others. Love is like a filter that changes how we see things. It’s difficult to perceive others with loving eyes if we don’t first absorb God’s love. Let your prayer for today be, “God, show me Your love so that I might love others.””
When life feels broken, remember, God is the one who wants you mended. He wants to heal your hurts and be the lifter of your head! Look to Him and let Him wrap you in His love.
Today I pray that you experience God’s love in a fresh, new way. I pray that you understand the depth of His love, that it draws you to Him and refreshes you!
I pray that as you receive His love that His love will flow through you so you can refresh others everywhere you go!
“Love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your mind, and all your strength.’ … ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ No other commandment is greater than these.”