His love is real. His love is present. His love is overwhelming. His love is yours. He loves you for you, inspite of your shortcomings. But are you walking in His love for you or do you need a fresh revelation of His love for you?
“You kissed my heart with forgiveness, in spite of all I’ve done.
You’ve healed me inside and out from every disease.
You’ve rescued me from hell and saved my life. You’ve crowned me with love and mercy and made me a king.
You satisfy my every desire with good things.
You’ve supercharged my life so that I soar again like a flying eagle in the sky!
… Your love is like a flooding river overflowing its banks with kindness…” (Psalm 103:3-8 TPT)
A revelation of God’s love places your life on a path that leads to favor and blessings. A life where He will set you on high in places with authority and feet to claim more territory for Him. A life where you will have more than enough, for yourself and for others. A life filled with strength, power and health. A life where your words, your actions and your ways will be a testimony of Jesus for others. Your life may be the only Bible people ever read but as you live it embraced by the love of God, it will be worth everybody’s read.
Are you missing any of these aspects in your life?
Do you need a touch-up on your revelation of His love?
Well, let’s start with a picture of how it looks. Imagine a dry river with a single yet desperate stream struggling its way through dry and rocky riverbed … that is our need.
Now, imagine a strong flood of water gushing its way along a river that tries everything within its ability to keep it contained within its bank but fails. The water overflows and nourishes not only the river itself but all the areas surrounding it and with whatever it comes into contact.
Now when you look at the ocean, you can see no end to it. That is the same as God’s love, there is no end to it. When you look at the ocean, you know there are fish and an entire other world of life happening within it, but you may not always see it or feel it when you swim in it, yet it is there and it is beautiful. Only when you dive deep into the waters and put on special goggles do you see the clear and spectacular display of its presence. So it is with God’s love. It is always there. As you swim in the busyness and reality of life you may not always see or feel it but it is still there. It takes a conscious choice to focus and look for it. And when you find it, it will amaze you with its beauty and spectacular presence.
Never doubt God’s love just because you do not always see or feel it. Know it is there and pray that God will reveal it to you as you continue to go your way every day.