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Love Breathes Life but Condemnation Kills — 8 Comments

  1. Thank you so much for sharing, I have been on both sides of this stick, as a self righteous one, wondering how people could “let themselves” become addicts to the agony of seeing my precious son fight heroin addiction and see three close families actually lose their children to this horrid situation. Through it all I have learned that Jesus loves those addicted and his arms are outstretched to them. I also learned that He has a way of changing our religious mindsets that have nothing to do with His unending love.  He has put me on my knees for every family that it facing this, and I consider it the greatest privilege to bring them to the mercy seat.

    • God Bless you Cathy… I am grateful I had a praying Mother who never lost hope… prayer is a powerful weapon and LOVE PRAYS. Thank you for sharing your experience. We move from glory to glory in Him, change and transformation even in our beliefs is inevitable.. truth sets free!

  2. Thank you for publishing this.  Pray that I may always lead with the LOVE of Jesus.  It is truly what I desire to do.  I pray the Holy Spirit enables me always to walk in His ‘fruit’ and demonstrate His Love.

  3. God Bless You Ashley. I rarely comment on any posts, however Father in His Glory and Divine wisdom and LOVE sent your message as an inspiration of hope to me in this very hour of imminent breakthrough. I LOVE You my sister in Christ Jesus.

    • Thank You Dear Catherine. His Love will carry you through, the righteous are never forsaken. Love and blessings to you, you are the apple of His eye!

  4. Thank you for publishing this precious article / testimony. More and more Christians are like 2. Timothy 3 describes. End time…. LOVE… they do not want to love. Mostly the weary people and the most poor people have the biggest love inside. True love. They are almost dying of accusations and slander. These are they who suffer amidst of Christians. JESUS knows this all, and He returns sonn, o, very soon. Hallelujah !

    • Thank you Dear Marion. Your unwavering trust in Him is a pleasing aroma to the Father. I appreciate your insight. God Bless you dear Sister.

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