The source of all love is our Creator, our heavenly Father.
The Father loves the Son and the Son loves Him, and the love they have for one another is the same love that is available to all that believe, and receive Christ as their LORD and Savior.
In and of ourselves, no one can love others perfectly because we all have various levels of brokenness and imperfections.
Jesus is the bridge between us and the love and acceptance that our hearts long for! The Father gave us The Holy Spirit to be poured out on us to lead us into the truth that heals us, sets us free, and enables us to love ourselves and others better.
We simply cannot do it without being rightly connected to our source, because it has to flow from our Father’s Heart into ours.
The more we feel loved, the more we feel like we have something to give away. If we have nothing left to give then it’s an indicator we need to take a time out and sit with Jesus for a while.
Worship releases peace. Take time to pray. It will change your perspective. It is a much needed recharge when your battery feels low.
Prayer isn’t just about changing others but about changing us. The hearts of our loved ones are searching for the love that leads them home to their Father.
A prayer for today:
Draw me to my heavenly Father.
Let me experience the love of God in a real and personal revelation that connects me to the heart of my Father.
Pour the love of God into my heart and empower me to know Jesus in a deeper way than I do right now.
Let your peace envelope me.
Keep my thoughts centered on your faithfulness and the integrity of your character.
You are faithful to your promises!
Show me where You have heard my prayers and not forgotten me.
Give me healing Words for others that they might experience your love also, and want to know you for themselves.
In Jesus’ Name, amen.
~ Laura Gagnon
Laura Gagnon is a woman who has been blessed with the gift of understanding God’s restorative work through her own personal experience. Through her insights and revelation, God has led her to influence many individuals into a restored relationship with Jesus Christ. She is a woman who stands on the promises of God, encouraging others in an elevated expectation of the miraculous and declares the gift of His life. Laura is the author of Healing the Heart of a Woman and writes for her blog, Beyond the Barriers.