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The Reciprocated Love.

Love is an affection but God’s love is an unparalleled affection. The difference is in how it’s been exhibited. God’s love is unprecedented. Loving Him elicits all our desires in all ramifications. We tend to reciprocate the love with flippancy which is detestable to Him. Despite our exasperating attitudes, He still chastise us as a loving father.  

Our incorrigibility is what wanes His relationship with us. We all have flesh and blood which makes us human, that’s why mistakes are inevitable. But being close to perfection is very much attainable only by loving Him with our deeds.

For God so love the world

That he gave his only begotten son

That if you and me can believe in him

We would not perish

But have everlasting life.

This love can no man love us

To lay down his life for us

Not like we’re righteous?

Not like we’re worthy?

Yet! He loves us!

Unconditionally.

He said,

From henceforth

Let no one touch my children

For they bear upon their bodies

The mark of my dear son, Jesus.

What a great love!

Excess love we may call it

It is kind

It is patient.

But are we playing our parts?

Are we following his commandment?

Do we even love him in return?

Why has it become so hard in reciprocating the love?

We live based on our own terms

Forgetting there’s someone up there

Taking note of all our activities

The good

And the bad deeds

None will go unrewarded.

This is a challenge I bring today

So that we can sit uptight

So that we do not miss our reward.

Stay blessed and thanks for stopping by❤🤗

Abidemi Alabi

By Harbidemy's blog

Abidemi Alabi is a writer, quotes creator, content creator, poet and a blogger whose purpose is inspiring and motivating people.

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