Jesus Loves You – Do you know?

Sometimes we have heard words to a song so many times, that we never stop to think about what it’s saying.. Consider the old children’s song “Jesus loves me.” Do you know that Jesus loves you?.. On the deepest level, in your heart and in your mind, do you feel secure In God’s love? Do you know that you are accepted, cared for and important to our Almighty Heavenly Father?
Before we can move very far and really see and have a grasp on the bigger picture of what we should do in our life, then we must come to terms deeply With who we are and what is our value? This little children’s song is absolutely critical in its meaning.Is the love of Christ real to you are you able to move forward in your daily activities with a full awareness of His love, presence, power and guidance? It is super important that you establish this foundation before you do before you build a career or career or purpose. Is Christ in the center of your heart? Is He foremost in your plans? I hope so. Singing this little song that we have been singing since children with conviction; Is a great way to celebrate the essence of what we must live in daily, to be able to offer others the strength of knowing God’s reality!

“Jesus loves me, this I know,
for the Bible tells me so.
Little ones to him belong;
they are weak, but he is strong.
Yes, Jesus loves me! Yes, Jesus loves me!
Yes, Jesus loves me! The Bible tells me so.”

God is Love – Assurance, Serenity, Deep Knowing, Dear Life

About timothygrantcarter

Author, Trainer, Pastor, Inspirational Speaker, 12 step follower Thinker, Entrepreneur, Outdoorsman, Hunter, Fisherman, Gardener, and Shotokan YonDan (5th degree black belt). Visionary; Maker of original sayings, slogans and giver of spiritual help. "If God has a pulse, then I can feel it." Nicknamed "Slam" / Creator of #Slamism ... 's on Twitter @cccdynapro
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