Does God Really Love Me?

 

Does God really love me despite all the bad things I have done in life? The answer to that question is a resounding YES. Despite any sin you have done in the past, and if you are a Christian, despite the sins you may do after receiving Christ, God still loves you. The disciples asked Jesus how many times should they forgive their brother who sins against them, seven times they asked. Jesus replied seventy times seven. When you are born of God, your life is hid in Christ, when God looks upon you he sees the righteous of the Blood of the Lamb that covers you. Thatís why both Paul and John say that Christians do not sin. While we may do things that are wrong, that sin will never affect our standing in regards to us being Godís sons and daughters.

 

Paul says in the book of Romans, Chapter 8:

 

35. Who shall separate us from the love  of Christ?  shall tribulation,  or  distress,  or  persecution,  or  famine,  or  nakedness,  or  peril,  or  sword?  36. As  it is written, For thy  sake  we are killed  all  the day long;  we are accounted  as  sheep  for the slaughter.  37. Nay, in all these things  we are more than conquerors  through  him that loved  us.  38. For  I am persuaded  , that  neither  death,  nor  life,  nor  angels,  nor  principalities,  nor  powers,  nor  things present  , nor  things to come, 39. Nor  height,  nor  depth,  nor  any  other  creature,  shall be able  to separate  us  from  the love  of God,  which is in  Christ  Jesus  our  Lord

 

Romans 8: 35-39 KJV

 

David, the King of Israel and a man after Godís own heart committed great sin. He lusted after his friendís wife, placed the friend on the front lines in battle so that he would be killed and so that David could take his wife. God saw this sin of Davidís and yet he was still blessed of God and had a son Solomon who rules Israel after David died. David says:

 

ďBlessed are they whose iniquities are forgiven, and whose sins are covered.

Blessed is the man to whom the Lord will not impute sin!Ē

 

 

John the Beloved talks about how God loved us before we ever loved Him. Johnís writing in the book of 1 John describes our relation with God the Father and love we share for each other. In 1 John, Chapter 4, John writes:

 

8. He that loveth not knoweth not God;  for  God  is  love.  9. In  this  was manifested  the love  of God  toward  us,  because  that God  sent  his  only begotten  Son  into  the world,  that  we might live  through  him. 10. Herein   is  love,  not  that we  loved God,  but  that  he  loved  us, and  sent  his  Son  to be the propitiation  for  our  sins. 

11. Beloved, if God so  loved us,  we ought  also to love one another. 

 

15. Whosoever  shall  confess  that  Jesus  is  the Son  of God,  God dwelleth in  him, and he  in God. 

16. And  we  have known  and  believed  the love that God  hath  to  us. God  is  love; and  he that dwelleth  in  love  dwelleth  in  God,  and  God  in  him.  17. Herein  is  our   love  made perfect, that  we may have  boldness  in  the day  of judgment: because as he is, so  are  we  in  this  world.  18. There is  no  fear  in  love;  but  perfect  love  casteth out fear:  because  fear  hath  torment. He that feareth is not  made perfect  in  love. 

19. We love him, because he  first  loved  us.

 

1 John 4: 8-11, 15-19  KJV

 

If you havenít accepted the free gift of God of eternal life in Heaven, you can at this moment!!! What you need to know is that regardless of who you are, where you're from, or how bad you may have been, God still loves you with an awesome love and wants you to accept the FREE gift of eternal life through faith in His Son.

 

ďIf you confess with your mouth that Jesus is the Son of God, and believe in your heart that God rose him from the dead, you will be saved. For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness and with thy mouth confession is made unto salvationĒ.
Romans 10:9-10

 

 

Can you be sure you are going to Heaven?

 

The answer is YES! If you accept Godís free gift you will spend eternity in heaven. The Bible (Godís Word) guarantees your eternal life by saying:

 

ďThese things have I written unto you who believe on the name of the Son of God, so that you may know that you have eternal life, and that you may believe on the name of the Son of GodĒ. 

1 John 5:13

 

God loves us so much that he made eternal life a free gift that is received by faith:

 

ďFor God so greatly love and dearly prized the world that he gave his only begotten unique Son so that whoever believes in Him, shall not perish but have eternal, everlasting lifeĒ.

John 3:16 Amp.

 

 

How do I accept Godís free gift of eternal life and know that Iíll be† going to heaven when I die!

 

Godís gift is received by faith. Just say the following words to God and He will give you eternal life:
 

Father God, I confess with my mouth that Jesus was your Son and that He died on the cross for my sins. I believe he arose from the dead and is now in Heaven with you. I ask for your forgiveness and accept the free gift of eternal life in Jesus name. Amen.

 

If you just prayed that prayer, I have great news for you! You have been adopted into the family of God. Your past mistakes and wrongs are totally forgiven and you are a new creation in Christ. Yes, you are still the same person with your likes, dislikes, habits, and the such, but now you are an heir to God's incredible promises and your life has a new meaning!

If you just accepted God's free gift of eternal life for the first time, please click here so that we can send you some FREE information. Thank you!

 

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