Faith

Let’s Keep Our Hearts Lit. Our Bread~

Would you agree that Jesus was a man that loved unconditionally?  That he was a man of peace, intelligence, patience, generosity?  So far from selfishness…always maintaining composure…always keeping “his cool”…always finding delight in helping others…a beautiful soul, for sure.

We are so blessed to have Jesus’ energy surround us…day in and day out.  Because of this Majestic light, our hearts, too, can remain sparkly and full of love…for everyone and everything, which then leads to having a peace of mind (knowing that having a strong relationship with Jesus will lead to solutions to problems, a.k.a. miracles)  God is pretty cool like that!  ;P

When it’s all said and done, isn’t life about fulfilling your basic needs and the relationships we have with people?…Are they unselfish, helpful, patient, kind?  Can we testify to living a life accepting others as they are (for it’s hard enough for each individual to live this in this crazy world and do themselves)?  At the end of every day can we say that we loved unconditionally, just the way Jesus did?

This is my challenge to all of us…

Let’s have our hearts evolve.  Let’s open our hearts to allow for more opportunities to present themselves that lend themselves to being that shoulder to cry on, a healing touch, a helping hand.  Feeling loved and cared for is always euphoric.  We all want to be seen and feel connected, don’t we?

Jesus’ mighty strength and love makes it easy to love one another.

Thank you, Jesus.

Here’s to forever loving and honoring You,

Lisa

P.S.

Sweet dreams.

 

Exodus 32:21 – 32     Please forgive their sin – but if not, then blot me out of the book you have written.

“Father in heaven, thank You for reminding us how much it is like You to be willing to live – and die – for those who have not yet seen how much You love them.

 

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