How to Get God to Love You By Mark Meyerowitz This article is the first in a series of posts about God and love.
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And so on.
But you know what?
I don’t really know all of that.
My faith and love for God is built on a foundation of things I’ve learned over the past 15 years.
I’ve lived with love and I’ve cried with love.
I read love and love has made me who I am.
And when I do things that lead to a deep sense of peace, I cry with love when I hear my pastor cry, and I cry for the little girls I lost.
And if God wants me to cry, God will.
God wants you to cry.
And God will cry for you.
I think about the love I felt for my father, who died of AIDS.
It was the love that he gave me and that I had been craving for so long.
I’m grateful for that.
It’s not just love for him, it’s the love he gave to me.
And it’s not love for me.
I can’t say for sure if God is really the one who loves me.
But I do know that I can say that he loves me, and that love makes me who he wants me.
Love makes you who you are.
It makes you a better person, a more loving person, because it is a true reflection of who you truly are.
God is not just a big, fat figurehead, or a grand and wonderful being who loves everyone.
God’s power comes from a person.
And the more you know about yourself, the more it’s true.
My love for the Lord has brought me into a deep, deep relationship with God.
And that relationship has brought about a deep and deep love for Jesus Christ.
And this is a deep relationship, and it’s a relationship of deep love.
And I want you to know that when I cry, I don�t cry in vain.
I cry because I am deeply, deeply, profoundly, and deeply moved by that love that I felt from God.
I know it’s difficult to love someone who’s not really here.
I understand that.
But when I am truly loving God, it�s the most powerful and beautiful love that has ever been revealed to me in the depths of my soul.
And as long as we live in a culture that sees the word of God as a weapon, when we love and care for one another, God’s kingdom will be ours.
In that love, I have found the truth and it has brought comfort to me, to others, and to myself.
It has made my life a little bit easier, and also made me a little more sensitive to the feelings that others have.
The truth, then, is love is the truth, and we have to love each other to be truly loved.
Love is the only way that we will be truly happy.
You know, I was really into Jesus for a long time, and as soon as I was baptized into the church, I realized that Jesus is a real person, and he is a person that has been brought into the world to be loved.
I had this real, deep sense that this was something that was going to happen, that the people who love Him would be able to truly be loved, and the person that I am going to be loving, this person, was going, I have to be the one to love Jesus.
That is my calling.
That’s my calling is to be able to truly love the Lord.
And so when I started getting to know Jesus, I could tell that I was living in a place of love.
When I first heard the word Jesus, the first thing that popped into my mind was, God, I want to know more about you.
I want to know what it is that you want.
How do you feel?
How does this person feel?
What does it mean for us?
How is it possible that we can love each others’ children, and have children of our own?
So it is with love that we were brought into this world, this wonderful, wonderful church.
I love that.
And what’s amazing is that God, the Lord, loves me and he loves you.
So God has given me the courage to love God.
So what does this mean?
When I’m in a state of complete and utter love with God, then I have a sense that He wants me and He wants what I want.
I don`t want what the people I know want, or what they want from me.
In that state of love, it feels as if I’m being in control