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Hurry and love incompatable

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Hurry and love are incompatible. All my worst moments as a father, a husband, and a pastor, even as a human being, are when I’m in a hurry—late for an appointment, behind on my unrealistic to-do list, trying to cram too much into my day. I ooze anger, tension, a critical nagging—the antitheses of love.

John Mark Comer - American Pastor (1980 - )

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From the book "The ruthless elimination of hurry"

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Knowing your inheritance

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robby-dawkinsOver and over again throughout the prophets, the parables and the apostles’ preaching, we see that God’s heart is for us to know that we’re sons and daughters who have been given free access to the rich and full inheritance of Christ. My belief is that one of the primary battles Satan wages is his attempt to keep us from a full revelation of that. Called the Accuser, he works to keep us in poverty when it comes to knowing God’s love and walking in the authority God has given us. Satan wants us to keep our prayers in survival mode, focused on begging God for small withdrawals to cover our basic sustenance. He doesn’t want us to realize that we’ve been entrusted with the Kingdom itself.

Robby Dawkins

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Gods love

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There is no pit so deep that God’s love is not deeper still.’

Corrie Ten Boom - Dutch Holocaust survivor, speaker and author (1892-1983)

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Seeking love in the wrong places

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So many are seeking love in all the wrong places. Even if you fill a room with Spirit-filled believers, there will still be those silent cries being made all over the room: Somebody, love me. Somebody, give me the comfort and affirmation I need.

Jack Frost

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Luke 6 path to intimacy

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“Love your enemies,” and you take on the spirit of Christ!
“Do good to those who hate you,” and you may make them your friend!
“Bless those who curse you,” and you inherit a blessing!
“Pray for those who mistreat you,” and you begin to see them through the loving eyes of the Father!

Jack Frost

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Teaching how to love

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Recently, after hearing me speak on being created for love, a couple came forward for prayer with their two small sons. They both fell to their knees broken and weeping. With a heart filled with exasperation over never feeling loved, the mother cried out, “I don’t know how to love! I’ve never experienced the kind of love you spoke of!” Then her little boy, about five years old, ran up and held his mother in his arms. With a heart full of innocence, love, and compassion he tenderly said, “Mommy, it’s okay. I’ll show you how to love!”

Jack Frost

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Showing love

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1) Affectionate touch. We were created for affection. Doctors have scientifically proven that without touch the body and the emotions become unhealthy. Touching someone says to them that they are important to you; they belong, and they have value. If we did not receive affectionate touch in the right way as a child, then in our teenage years we may allow ourselves to be touched in the wrong way.

2)Eye contact. The eyes are the windows of the soul where love is communicated to a child. They drink the love that flows to them from the eye contact with their parents. If children don’t see understanding, loving looks in the eyes of their parents, it can leave a wound that remains unhealed all through life. They then may feel awkward, insecure, separate, and out of place in their relationships.

3)Tone of voice. Babies learn to bond and trust when their parents look them in the eye and speak to them loving words in an encouraging, gentle, tender, and empathizing voice. It continues all through the formative years in the child. Loving tones nurture the soul and help children feel acceptance and value so they can walk free from the fear of rejection and failure.

Jack Frost

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