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Will God change His mind about me?

For you did not receive the spirit of slavery to fall back into fear, but you have received the Spirit of adoption as sons, by whom we cry, “Abba! Father!”

Romans 8:15
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We’re finally convinced of the truth of God loves us. But another thought plagues our mind. Will he ever change his mind about us? Will he stop loving us?

In this case, what is true of us now is also true of us in the future. When we accept Christ, we have a glorious present and future to look forward to. We are now the children of God and co-heirs with Christ. That’s quite a statement—co-heirs with Christ. What a great inheritance we now have because we’ve proclaimed Jesus as our Lord.

Not only is Jesus our Lord, but we now have an intimate relationship with God, as his children. And we will continue to enjoy that relationship for the duration of our time here on earth into eternity.

God's Everlasting Love

God loved us so much that he sent his Son to die for us. There is nothing that can deny us this promise of God’s love. In Romans 8, Paul insists there isn’t anyone or anything that can come between us and God’s love for us. None of the things we experience in life can separate us. Look at the list of things that Paul says cannot separate us: tribulation, distress, persecution, famine, nakedness, danger, or sword. What could these things look like for us? Sickness, death, anxiety, poverty, and the list goes on. Through Christ we are conquerors (Romans 8:35–39).

When we read passages like Romans 8, we are assured and reinforced with confidence that we are forever loved by God.


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After reading Romans 8, how convinced are you of God’s love for you? Given wherever you are on your journey with God, what do you think your response to God should be, based on this passage?

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Comments (5)

Thankyou, Lord! Thank you for your free gift! Thank you for always being right there with me, guiding me, telling me, it is going to be okay! I trust You to always get me through the storm! Praise Him, Praise Him, our Lord Christ Jesus for all He does and will do to eternity!

I am convinced that he loves me despite anything. That he truly loves me despite where I may be on my journey. My response to GOD would be.
“Thank you for loving me unconditionally I won’t be defeated with you by my side.”

This is a great reminder considering everything that is going on in the world right now.
I also used this as a wonderful reminder with some current work stress. I am loved and so I can love others just like Jesus loves me! Without God I do not have the power to love people the way that I should.

Jesus, would you please remind me of the wonder ways that you love me and would you help me to love others in this same way?

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