If you were asked if you had a difficult or unlovable person in your life, chances are,
you’d say yes.
Thanks for joining us for Faith -Filled Friday with Debra Dolce and Trench Classes
United. Today’s love letter is a great reminder of how easy it can become to pour love
into the unlovable.
Anyone can say "I love God" yet have anger and/or resentment toward another believer.
This makes them phony, because if you don't love those who are difficult to love and
whom you can see, how can you truly love Me, whom you can't see?
This is a good question that should make you stop and think. Maybe you don't actually
hate somebody but because of your own unresolved anger and/or resentment, you don't
treat them very well either. Does this show My love?
Hear this truth, Beloved: Your interactions with people actually show your
relationship with Me.
Do you really walk in My love? Do you seek to love Me with all your heart or are you so
busy with life that you don't really have time for our relationship?
When you are far from me, it is easy to not think about how you're treating others, and
be blinded by your own resentments.
Meet with me to take a regular inventory of your own heart to see how you behave, how
others may perceive you. When we meet consistently, you will become a good
representative of Me and others will really know that you love them.
When it comes to that difficult person for which you harbor resentment, hurt or any form
of unforgiveness, think of how I love and care for you. I know that you can't love and
care for people like I do but you can try. You can pray for them.
Life is easier with Me for it is by abiding in Me that you can become loving and caring,
even to those difficult people.
Beloved, give of yourself; the cost is something I’ve already paid the best price.