Believe who God is – At some point in time every person will have a need to seek a greater love beyond themselves, the ones they care for, and the ones they are cared by. God is that father to all of his creation and has reconciled his relationship with fallen mankind by forgetting all their wrongs committed. He is committed to the relationship and promises to never leave you or forsake you. You don’t have to fear being judged and you can’t disappoint him. He has peaceful thoughts toward you—nothing else. Believe who you are – If you’re a Peterson and on occasion, you wear a mustache and a sombrero, it doesn’t make you a Gomez. You’re still a Peterson regardless of the costume you decide to wear. You are a child of God. You are more than a conqueror. You can do all things and nothing will be impossible for you to accomplish. That is your identity regardless of how you behave—nothing can change that. Believe you are loved – There has to be someone, somewhere in the universe who can truly accept and love you just the way you are. That person is God and he is love and he wants to live in each and every person. Wherever there is true love, God is indiscriminately present regardless of anyone’s religious views or lack thereof. You can’t love God, yourself or anyone if you don’t understand that he loved you first. It is far more important to know that God loves you.
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