God’s Valentine

14 Feb

God’s Word: Psalms 142

God’s Attribute: Gives showers of blessings.

God’s Message to me:

Never forget that you are my special Valentine.  I want nothing more than a lasting relationship with you—to abide in your heart.  I will always be here for you—as a matter of fact—never more than a prayer thought away.  Always and forever, I am yours, through all time and eternity.  However, I do not push myself on you—I simply wait for you to invite me into your life.

Earthly relationships come and go but I will never leave you or forsake you.  At times you will feel like no one cares about you but my love NEVER QUITS.  Let that              thought sink in deep to your subconscious—I will never give up on you.  You may choose to ignore me but I am still here—patiently waiting.

Love is my gift to humanity—my shower of blessings.  Share my love with everyone you meet. I bless you with love so you will have an abundance to share with others.   Give love with no strings attached—as I do.  My love is not dependent upon your actions—but your response to my love is dependent upon your reactions.   Only those who respond and invite me into their heart will know the peace and joy I so willingly give.

God’s Question for me:

Will you unselfishly share my love with others today?

God’s Promise to me:

Nothing can separate you from my love—but your free choice.

My Song to God:

The Savior is waiting to enter your heart
Why don’t you let Him come in?
There’s nothing in this world to keep you apart
What is your answer to Him?

Chorus:
Time after time
He has waited before
And now He is waiting again
To see if you are willing
To open the door
Oh, how He wants to come in.

If you’ll take one step
Toward the Savior, my friend,
You’ll find His arms open wide.
Receive Him, and all of your darkness will end
Within your heart He’ll abide.

Chorus:
Time after time
He has waited before
And now He is waiting again
To see if you are willing
To open the door
Oh, how He wants to come in.

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