True Love Might Not Wait Until Tomorrow

A submerged person reaching to the surface where sunlight is beaming down.Let us not live in our hearts as captives of time or of arduous seasons.  Nor let us live as prisoners of fate or as capsized souls who, because of lies, are lost and drowning in a sea of hopelessness.  We waste too many days when God’s patience has already been well tested and, therefore, His love might not wait for the sun to rise once more.

I sense that God’s Son is soon returning and, if you wait until tomorrow, He might pass over you. If you lose His love, what would you do?

We must not put Christ to the test, as some of them did and were destroyed by serpents,– Shared from 1 Corinthians 10:1-13 (Verse 9 | ESV)

The Maker of Truth said that those who believe in Him are forgiven; Jesus died for us on a cross and then arose from a tomb to, once and for all, prove Himself as the Messiah and our Savior.

While Jesus suffered the cross, He could have called more than twelve legions of angels to His rescue.  Yet, even though He was without sin, He bore our shame.  His love for us is real and pure.

For God so loved the world, that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life.– See John 3:16 (ESV)

If you desire to know our blessed Savior, while we still have time, please reach out in the comments or privately contact me. Let me be a witness to you of God’s love and hope for us.  This is why I am here.

4 thoughts on “True Love Might Not Wait Until Tomorrow

    1. Hello and welcome. God gives so much grace for us us to share. Thank you for encouraging me today with your kind words of affirmation. To positively touch just one person with these words is of more worth than the time to write them. I pray that you are well this season and that you shall feel the warmth of God’s love as He embraces you with many blessings in the days ahead. Please always feel welcome to reach out.

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