Christ’s Love To Us

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“As the Father hath loved me, so have I loved you: continue ye in my love.” — John 15:9.

In relationships between friends, and family members, everything depends on their love to each other. Of what value is abundance of riches, if love is lacking between husband and wife, or parents and children? And in our religion, of what value is all knowledge and zeal in God’s Work, without the knowledge and experience of Christ’s Love? (See 1 Corinthians 13:1-3). O Christians, the one thing needful in the inner chamber is to know by experience how much Christ loves you, and to learn how you may abide and continue in that love.

Think of what Christ says: “As the Father hath loved me,” — what a Divine, everlasting, wonderful love! “…so have I loved you.” It was the same love with which He had loved The Father, and that He always bore in His Heart, which He now gave into the hearts of His Disciples. He yearns that this everlasting love should rest upon us, and work within us, that we may abide in it day by day. What a blessed life! Christ desires every disciple to live in the power of the self-same Love Of God that He Himself experienced. Dear precious one, do you realize that in your fellowship with Christ, in secret or in public, you are surrounded by, and kept in this heavenly love? Let your desire be to reach out to this everlasting love. The Christ, with whom you desire fellowship, longs unspeakably to fill you with His Love.

Read from time to time, what God’s Word says about the love of Christ. Meditate on the words, and let them sink into your heart. Sooner or later, you will begin to realize: The greatest happiness of my life is that I am beloved by The Lord Jesus. I may live in fellowship with Him all the day long!

Let your heart continually say: His love to me is unspeakable. He will keep me abiding in His Love.

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