Psalm 18:1 I will love thee, O Lord, my strength. Our scripture text answers the implied question, How do you respond to God for His love? All mankind should respond to God's love by loving Him in return for His love, grace and mercy that was imparted to us. Because of God's love He sent His only Son Jesus Christ to die on the cross for the sins of the world so that all who believe will have eternal life. It was God's grace and mercy that spared all who believe from spending eternity separated from Him. We respond by recognizing that without God we can do nothing neither accomplish anything on our own. Also, we respond to God's love by telling others of His goodness and the blessed benefits from being members of God's holy family of royal priests and a holy nation of people (1 Peter 2:9). It is noteworthy to say that all believers are chosen by God and believers' selection as God's children was predestine from the foundation of the world. That being said, man's failure to return God's love is the ultimate expression of ungratefulness for what God has done and continues to do in our lives. We return God's love by saying, I love You, I adore You, I praise You, honor You and is committed to pleasing You. Comments are welcome Author's contacts email@example.com http://willie-writing.blogspot.com
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