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John Calvin puts forward a very simple reason why love is the greatest gift: “Because faith and hope are our own: love is diffused among others.” In other words, faith and hope benefit the possessor, but love always benefits another. In John 13:34–35 Jesus says, “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” Love always requires an “other” as an object; love cannot remain within itself, and that is part of what makes love the greatest gift.
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Jesus taught me how to love

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I want to see if this works

Please pray to God peacefuly with faith, 'Dear Lord, please open my eyes up to the truth of love, please guide me through this and teach me how to love, thank you, I love you, in Jesus name. Amen'


Do this- Close your eyes Locate your heart with you mind and gently flex on your heart while imaging Jesus filling your heart with love and try to feel a warm love.


If it doesn't work please keep trying and praying for it. It is important to me you learn. If it doesn't work just try for as long as you can, love is a great thing and so few people know how to truly do it.

It is litterly a heartwarming love when it happens, you can't miss it. I want to see if this works as I am terminally ill and trying to please God with my free time.

 

 

God taught me this when I was in a bad place, he taught me this by literally working through me and 'clicking' on my heart softly and gently. He then taught me this strategy a while later and this is my first time trying it on someone else. I just wanted to see if it works. Please do this with faith in your heart.

 

 

Imagine Jesus with a beam of light and love from heaven pointed directly at your heart and then 'click' on heart to activate your love then fill your mind with love to Jesus and our heavenly Father. Try to activate love by doing these two steps.

 

 

 

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Prayer in faith always 'works' . :classic_smile:

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12 hours ago, Reid said:

I want to see if this works

Please pray to God peacefuly with faith, 'Dear Lord, please open my eyes up to the truth of love, please guide me through this and teach me how to love, thank you, I love you, in Jesus name. Amen'


Do this- Close your eyes Locate your heart with you mind and gently flex on your heart while imaging Jesus filling your heart with love and try to feel a warm love.


If it doesn't work please keep trying and praying for it. It is important to me you learn. If it doesn't work just try for as long as you can, love is a great thing and so few people know how to truly do it.

It is litterly a heartwarming love when it happens, you can't miss it. I want to see if this works as I am terminally ill and trying to please God with my free time.

 

 

God taught me this when I was in a bad place, he taught me this by literally working through me and 'clicking' on my heart softly and gently. He then taught me this strategy a while later and this is my first time trying it on someone else. I just wanted to see if it works. Please do this with faith in your heart.

 

 

Imagine Jesus with a beam of light and love from heaven pointed directly at your heart and then 'click' on heart to activate your love then fill your mind with love to Jesus and our heavenly Father. Try to activate love by doing these two steps.

 

 

 

 

I pray that the Holy Spirit not only opens your eyes, but your heart and mind, making them receptive to the Scriptures. There, you'll find "how" to love John 13:34-35.

 

God bless,

William

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Suffering teaches us to love. When we see suffering we love, when we are suffering we are loved. Without suffering life wouldn't be worth it, it is a gift directly from The Father to enliven our dark souls with love for one another.

 

The heart of man grows cold in comfort and good times, he forgets his brother and focuses only on himself. But when he sees his brother suffering, his heart opens in love and care again. The spiritual malady is cured by temporal disasters brought in God's good timing.

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