Never Alone or Unloved by God – Laura Moliter, CS

 

e-inspire, originally posted on March 4th

by Laura Moliter, CS

“Can anything separate us from the love of Christ? Can trouble, suffering, and hard times, or hunger and nakedness, or danger and death? In everything we have won more than a victory because of Christ who loves us.”

(Romans 8: 35, 37, Contemporary English Version)

 

You are never alone. You are never separate from the infinite and immediate power which is the loving Christ. There is not an inch of space or a moment of time between you and this saving, healing Christ—this Truth of God and man as One.

The clamoring arguments and accusations of the senses and of the material world would attempt to tell us that we are unsafe, without recourse, abandoned, afraid, in danger, out of control. But this false testimony is overruled—emphatically and decisively—by the presence of the Christ. Death and all the fears that accompany it are banished by the holy Truth Jesus preached and demonstrated, and by the proof of the resurrection.

Nothing can separate you from the Christ. Nothing material can be an impediment in infinite Spirit. We are one with the ever-loving Christ at all times and we can’t lose this powerful Comforter. Why? Because this Christ is the very truth of you that Jesus came to reveal. It is who you are. You can’t be separate from your own identity as God’s own beloved, His child, an idea cherished and blessed and one with His Life, His Truth, and His all-conquering Love.

Laura Moliter, CS

www.beingfreenow.com

www.lamolitercs.wordpress.com

Problem And Solution Concept Art Print

 

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