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Monday, 2 June 2014

The meaning of life




Its oh so simple. The answer is Love. 

The meaning of life that we all want to know the answer to is LOVE. Plain and simple.

Nothing else matters only love.

The word love appears 310 times in the Kings James translation, 348 times in the New International Version, and 538 in the New Revised Standard version. It is all down to the translation as to how many times Love is written. 

So are we getting the message. God is Love, the meaning of life is Love, we are here to love, to show expressions of the True Love.

Nothing else matters. 

Only love. 

God's message to us is Love, He is crazy about us. Are we crazy about Him? Do we live totally consumed with the knowledge that Love is all that matters? 

The answer to our worries - Love 
The answer to our life - Love
The answer to the world's problems - Love

If everyone loved there would be no wars, no poverty, no hunger, no inequality, no abuse of human rights. God sent Jesus to show us the way, to show us the answer. Have we listened? Have we learned? Do we follow in His footsteps? Do we empower everyone we meet with love, with His love? Do we burn with His Love? 

The meaning of life is LOVE. Pure and simple. Nothing more, nothing less. This is our mission. We need to accept it, live it and generously hand it out. Just as our Teacher did and our God does.

Nothing is more important than this. The world needs it. We need it. God wants it.

Have you ever had a "Jesus hug",
Do you know what one feels like?
If you've never had a "Jesus hug",
I pray one day you might.A "Jesus hug" is different,
As far as hugging goes;
It’s a little taste of Heaven,
Here on earth below.
Only those who love the Lord,
Can give a "Jesus hug";
It conveys God’s grace and mercy,
And unconditional love.
Those who give out "Jesus hugs"
Always seem to somehow know
Just when you’re in need of one
To make your spirit glow.
And if you ever need one
I hope that I will see,
So I can give you a "Jesus hug";
Just like someone did for me.

By Jan McIntosh