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Refilling Yourself with God’s Everlasting Love

Today’s Word Of Encouragement From Wayne:

Refilling Yourself with God’s Everlasting Love

“Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise. Give thanks to Him, bless His name. For the Lord is good; His lovingkindness is everlasting”

Psalm 100:4-5

God’s love never runs out. God’s love is everlasting.

Sometimes we may not feel God’s love, or any love. So, what should we do? Remain in that place?

No. In that very moment we need to avail ourselves of God’s everlasting love.

Complaining about a lack of God’s love in one’s life is like complaining that our car ran out of gas. Well, let’s take our car to the filling station, before it runs out of gas, that’s all.

So then, let us take our spirit into God’s filling station, in His holy presence, before we ever feel His absence, that’s all... and that’s everything. Amen.

Enter His gates with thanksgiving. Come into the courts of God with praise, the inner courts of His presence within you. Thank God. Bless His name. Tarry in His presence and let the everlasting love of God fill you, and re-fill you, anew and afresh, sustaining you with His everlasting love.

People who are experiencing real pain about not feeling love from God may be simply not allowing themselves access to the glorious supply that is their’s, indeed their birthright, continuously flowing within. If they would only appropriate for themselves the inviting avenue of never ending, everlasting goodness and love, being continuously refilled in God’s presence, then all would transform gloriously.

Beloved, and please believe you are beloved in our God, enter your loving Lord’s presence today. Come before Him with thanksgiving and praise, blessing and confessing that the Lord is good, specifically because His love IS everlasting..... and let His love overflow you. His love is everlasting love. Hallelujah!

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