22 March 2024: GOD’S EVERLASTING LOVE – Romans 8:37-39; Jeremiah 31:3

The strength of your love for God has nothing to do with what He is going to do for you. Parents will understand that there are times when your children are not loveable in their behaviour, but there is something in you that had loved them before you met them. That makes you love them despite whatever they are doing or will do.

We are more than conquerors through Him that loved us, not because we love Him. I am not saying you shouldn’t love God, but our conquest is a factor of His love for us.

In a polygamous family, the first wife is the real wife the man loves; he just brings the next one in without permission. The new wife depends on only one thing: the love of that man. As long as he is in love with the new wife, she is the star for the moment, but those experienced wives will tell her that her season will soon be over. When she is in the season, none of those women can do anything to her. The man will tell them that he will drive them out with their children if they mistreat the new wife. But the day that he brings another one in, her season is over.

Do you know one thing about the love of God for you and me? It has no season! He says, “I have loved you with an everlasting love” (Jer. 31:3). This love is not seasonal. You are always the centre of attraction to Him, and He is going to move for you.

PRAYER: Lord, I thank You for loving me. Nothing will take me out of the covering of God’s love. I am more than a conqueror.

Numbers 33:40-35:34, Luke 5:12-28, Psalm 65:1-13, Proverbs 11:23


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