How Much Does God Love Me?

How Much Does God Love Me

How much does God love you? The simple fact of the matter is that neither you nor I can comprehend the level of love and grace that the almighty God has for you. In this blog, I feel called to do something a little bit different; God put it on my heart to write you a love letter from Him. I am certainly not God, but I do hear from God, and I’m quite certain that He would approve of this letter. I would tell you, my reader, to read this and gain a new appreciation of God, and to spend time in His waterfall of love and grace today after reading this.

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“My precious and beloved child,

I love you so much. I cannot even begin to express how badly I long to be with you, to spend more time with you, and to hold your hand through your temporal life – and to finally one day guide you back home to be with me for eternity, in the warmest and most comforting embrace you could ever imagine.

Oh, how much I am sad when you cannot find time to be with me. It pains my heart and causes me to weep. How I long for you to be truly in love with me, your father. How I wish you would turn your heart towards me instead of the silly things the world has to offer.

Oh, my child, I walked this earth for you, I suffered through berating religious hypocrites for you, I suffered torture…. Because I love you, and because I desire your heart. Don’t chase the house, the car, the job, the food, the status, chase me! We have so much to do together – I have so much joy for you. Just come and rest with me. That alcohol will do you no good. Come to me!

If only you realized that the trial you are trudging through would someday be something that you laughed at! If only you realized that my supremacy and sovereignty is over that situation. If only you realized that I had you in that situation so that you could glorify Me in the process. If only you could see that I love you so much that I am willing to walk with you through this struggle, that I love you throughout the entire process, and that you are bringing people back to heaven with you because of it.

My child, come rest with me. The condemnation you feel is not from me! Your sins, your bad things are completely covered by my grace. I died for you to be free of that and so that we could be together! Do not consider what happened yesterday – it is as far as the east is from the west. Just come to Me today.

Do not worry about tomorrow, for I have control of it. Trust me. Believe in me. Wait for me. I will be with you always and forever.”

If you find yourself asking the question “How much does God love me?” I encourage you to refer to this post as a healthy reminder!

Written by Stuart Luck

Extraordinary - this was the title of the sermon that got me saved, is my personal benchmark, and is the core of all of my blogs. God took me, a wretched sinner with no promise of a future, and put on my heart a gift and a passion for writing and inspiring others; my goal is to use my writing to inspire you, my readers, to live the extraordinary and zealous life that God has set before you.

4 thoughts on “How Much Does God Love Me?

  1. I loved this and it came at the perfect time for me. I am working through a study right now and just finished with Moses’ life. I cried tears of love and joy when I realized that God himself buried Moses. I had never realized this before. The love that must have passed between the two of them. God spent so much time with Moses and vice versa. It must have been heart breaking to keep him from the promised land and then in his love, after Moses had died, God buried him. Such a beautiful picture of the Fathers love for us.

  2. What a great post Stuart, and an excellent reminder that God loves us more than we can possibly comprehend.

    The worldly love we have for one another here on this earth fails in comparison to the type of supernatural and unwavering love that God has for us in heaven. Love for one another typically comes with the rules, restrictions, concessions and all sorts of other requirements, but God doesn’t have those with us.

    “If only you realized that the trial you are trudging through would someday be something that you laughed at! If only you realized that my supremacy and sovereignty is over that situation.”

    He merely wants a relationship with us.

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