To My Precious One
Jeremiah 3:14 (a)
By Kurt Hardy
I love you my precious one and miss you so very much. I just had to write you this letter and try to express how much I really need you. I know I must be patient and wait for you to return to me. It has to be your choice.
Just the other day I was thinking about the affections you have been giving recently to “those others” in your life. I have to let you know that it makes me sick at heart because I am so very lonely for you.
My dear one, since you walked away there has been a multitude of others who have clambered for my affections. I do not say this to make you jealous, although I wish you were, but only to say…. I will never allow anything to separate my love for you. There is no one, who could ever take your place in my heart.
Each week it seems you are seeing a different new friend. It really hurts me to see how willing you are to spend time with them. You take them to places, even buy them gifts. You never were willing to do that for me.
Oh my love, I probably should not tell you this, but one day I saw you walking with your “latest.” I had the strongest urge to run up to you and say, “Hi, do you remember me?” But I could never do that because it might bring you embarrassment or even hurt you.
I know of the recent pain and disappointment you have been going through, the loss of your job and how the bills keep piling up. Sometimes I wonder if that is why you have stopped calling on me. Don’t you know there is nothing I wouldn’t do to help you? Why have you turned away?
Please know this my precious one. I will always be here to help you and to give my self completely to you. I just want to hold you again in my arms so I can love you.
Please come back to me. I promise, I will never leave or abandon you. For my love for you is deeper than the deepest sea, wider than all the oceans of the world.
I need you, forever and for always. With all my love,
If you died today, are you absolutely certain that you would go to heaven? You can be! TRUST JESUS NOW
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