Do You Believe God Loves You?

Do You Believe God Loves You?

Do do you know that even when you sin, He still loves you?

Hope you remember, that even ‘when you were a sinner, he sent Jesus to die for you (Romans 5:8).

If a man died for you when you were a sinner, it is impossible for him to ever love you less.

Please, embrace the Love of God! Don’t attempt to prove yourself worthy of His Love.

If you were worthy, He would not send His only son to die for your sin and to save you (Romans5:8).

Pride will drive you to think you have to do some ‘good deeds’ for him to love you. Just receive the Love. He loves you because He is Love (1John4:8).

Also, unbelief may hinder you from trusting in His Love. Get closer to Him. Read more about God, then you will trust him more.

It may take some people lots of time to understand fully the Greatness of God’s love…yet they seem to believe in the love professed by human beings..?!

Jesus loves you more than any being in the world. He is the friend that sticks closer than a brother.

Femi Oshin
Wall of Fire Ministry

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Femi Oshin is a publisher at Nigeriansinsouthafrica.ca.za and Producer /Presenter of Agogo Ayo on Africa Magic Yoruba.

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