Your Heart to a Loving God and Begin to Live in Gratitude
God is emotionally involved with us. We do not serve a cold Greek philosophic god.
We serve a warm, kind Hebrew God who is similar to the image of man. He feels. For example, look at II Corinthians 1:3-4. God is encouraging. He has tender mercies. God desperately wants us to be melted into humanity, melted into a puddle of positive emotion by responding to His love.
God’s Love in fact pursues…read the rest
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BWGI has a number of resources to help you connect your heart to God especially if your relationship with God is cold and mechanical so you can begin to live in joyful gratitude and start Becoming What God Intended!
A Study for Spiritual Transformation by Dr. David Eckman You will discover how God has a deeply emotional attachment to us called “agape love.” His disarming acceptance of you creates character within your heart, and that character is sustained by deep gratitude. You can experience a happy and loving relationship with God the Father through the work of Christ.
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[Audio clip: view full post to listen] In Romans 5:8 it says, And God recommends his own spiritual agape love unto us because while we were yet sinners, Christ died on our behalf.” This verse defines the characteristics of God the Father and His relationship to us, which is not based on what we do, have done, or will become. …read the rest
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[Audio clip: view full post to listen] Bitterness is not blessed by God. Since God is an equal-opportunity forgiver, He wants us to imitate His ways. What the New Testament teaches about Jesus and His model prayer, the Lord’s Prayer, put some very uncomfortable words in our mouths: “And forgive us our debts, or unmet obligations, as we forgive those …read the rest
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