God Loves Me, and He Loves you as well! In a world that seemingly has been overtaken by the adversarial destructive spirits of divisiveness, hatred racism, and murder, it is important to frequently remind yourself that: God Loves Me!
Surrounded by demonic distractions, and people allowing their own vulnerabilities and insecurities to unction them to devalue you, attempt to provoke you, and define you with their distorted perspectives of your Divinely created uniqueness, you have to remind yourself that:
God Loves Me!
In this season of transition and Kingdom Paradigm Transposition, we urgently need to refresh our understanding of the Keys to the Kingdom.
God’s Kingdom was established here on earth through the sacrificial love and endurance of adversarial forces attacking and slaughtering His only Son to rescue us from ourselves, and the forces of evil that desire to steal kill and destroy us. We need to remind ourselves that: God Loves Me!
If today life has made you feel that your father, mother, sister, or brother don’t love you if the brokenness and rejection you feel from a failed relationship with a boyfriend, girlfriend, husband or wife have you in a place of isolation and feeling unloved, please dear friend remind yourself that: God Loves Me!
God Loves the best and the worst of us!
1 There was a man of the Pharisee sect, Nicodemus, a prominent leader among the Jews.
2 Late one night he visited Jesus and said, “Rabbi, we all know you’re a teacher straight from God. No one could do all the God-pointing, God-revealing acts you do if God weren’t in on it.”
3 Jesus said, “You’re absolutely right. Take it from me: Unless a person is born from above, it’s not possible to see what I’m pointing to—to God’s kingdom.”
4 “How can anyone,” said Nicodemus, “be born who has already been born and grown-up? You can’t re-enter your mother’s womb and be born again. What are you saying with this ‘born-from-above’ talk?”
5 Jesus said, “You’re not listening. Let me say it again. Unless a person submits to this original creation—the ‘wind hovering over the water’ creation, the invisible moving the visible, a baptism into a new life—it’s not possible to enter God’s kingdom.
6 When you look at a baby, it’s just that: a body you can look at and touch. But the person who takes shape within is formed by something you can’t see and touch—the Spirit—and becomes a living spirit.
7 “So don’t be so surprised when I tell you that you have to be ‘born from above’—out of this world, so to speak.
8 You know well enough how the wind blows this way and that. You hear it rustling through the trees, but you have no idea where it comes from or where it’s headed next. That’s the way it is with everyone ‘born from above’ by the wind of God, the Spirit of God.”
9 Nicodemus asked, “What do you mean by this? How does this happen?”
10 Jesus said, “You’re a respected teacher of Israel and you don’t know these basics?
11 Listen carefully. I’m speaking sober truth to you. I speak only of what I know by experience; I give witness only to what I have seen with my own eyes. There is nothing secondhand here, no hearsay. Yet instead of facing the evidence and accepting it, you procrastinate with questions.
12 If I tell you things that are plain as the hand before your face and you don’t believe me, what use is there in telling you of things you can’t see, the things of God?
13 “No one has ever gone up into the presence of God except the One who came down from that Presence, the Son of Man.
14 In the same way that Moses lifted the serpent in the desert so people could have something to see and then believe, it is necessary for the Son of Man to be lifted up—
15 and everyone who looks up to him, trusting and expectant, will gain a real-life, eternal life.
God Loves Me!
16 “This is how much God loved the world: He gave his Son, his one and only Son. And this is why: so that no one need be destroyed; by believing in him, anyone can have a whole and lasting life. John 3:1-16 (MSG)