Leaders embrace God’s love

As leaders, it is important to change our paradigms about God’s love.

His love for us is not based on our actions or behavior, but rather it is unconditional. It is easy to believe that God loves us only when we are obedient or when we do things that please Him.

However, this is not the case. God’s love for us existed even before we loved Him. He loved us when we were still His enemies, and He continues to love us regardless of our actions or choices.

It is important to realize that God’s love is not something we can earn. He loves us because that is who He is. His love is not dependent on our behavior or choices. Even those who are disobedient and suffer due to their separation from God are still loved by Him.

We may find it difficult to love those who are disobedient, but God still loves them.

Since God’s love for us is not based on our actions, we cannot do anything to make Him stop loving us. It is not our behavior that compelled Him to love us in the first place, and therefore, we cannot do anything to make Him reject us.

It is important to remember that God is love, and His love for us is unconditional.

So, as a question to ponder, when will you stop to earn God’s love through your performance?

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