god is Love

Why God is love.

Who is God, and how did it all begin?

Why can’t I find God?

Is God Love?

In the beginning, there was only God.

God knew He was the power. But it wasn’t enough because He could not feel nor experience who He was because there was nothing to compare himself to, so He created relativity and a way to reach everything, to experience what life feels like out of Love and His desire to share Himself through all He made. Universal Love.

The Big Bang. And Einstein’s theory of relativity. We were all created out of Love, so of course, we deserve to feel what we are – loved by God from the beginning. No sins. Universal Love is more than merely an emotion; it is an actual state of being.

This article is for you if you sometimes wonder if there is a God and the meaning of life.

God’s Love for us:

Is God Love? What is God’s real name? Think about God. He created us as a way for Him to know himself. He experiences himself through our experiences. We are His children. He sees himself when he sees us. Be happy; God loves you.

From this, He is Love, He loves us, and He created Love when He created us and this world.

It is an entirely different emotion than the others. The verses about God’s Love are what make life worth all the trouble when we think about God and happiness. It is the best thing to keep us alive and happy. The fact that the universe revolves around Love is undisputed. A person who has never felt the emotion of universal Love is compared to a rock in this respect. Look at how the universe operates, and you will see Love everywhere. Everywhere a flower grows. Every time a person prays. One good way to understand the meaning and feeling of Love is to appreciate and feel universal Love for this life, which includes all types of God’s Love. Love can make us happy.

Universal Love can lead to all the other kinds of Love as they all start with the first seed. And to learn more about being happy, look at our article, how to become satisfied in 10 minutes.

If you are one of the millions who are not sure they ever really felt the power of Love, don’t worry. Stick with your journey to the more incredible things in life, and you will discover that feeling and all its wonders and power. No matter what age you are, or your circumstances, we all have the ability.

Many people ask, “Is there a god?” or “Why can’t I find God?” Think about God. He found you. The main reason people can not see God is they are not listening. We don’t know how to listen. We observe everything in this life that can not be touched physically with suspicion. Look at all the coincidences – how the right person, phrase, or book came to you at the right time. Are you listening? Listen more. Ask a question, and you may be bombarded with answers.

God is Love; Love is God.

God created a tree with a nut so hard nothing could open it to let it out to grow a new tree. Now God had to, through great imagination, create a special kind of beetle with mandibles sharp enough to make a hole, and with that, the seed could escape and grow in the world. And he did – the only beetle in the world that can free the tree from inside that seed. This tells me I was created for a purpose, even if I never knew why we were created for a purpose.

Look at the mother’s instinct to protect the littlest ones in the animal world and our human world.

Romantic Loveless is a profound, emotional, indescribable feeling of devotion and solicitude toward another person. But the very first tingling feeling comes from all the things we love. Love is everywhere. It is what the Beatles meant when they sang, “All you need is love.”

Now, we have all felt Love and the happiness that comes from it. It is time to spread it to everything we see and appreciate what a wonderful world this could be.

Everyone wants to know how to be happy in daily life. Love and happiness intertwine and are interdependent. Once you’ve experienced true Love, the feeling doesn’t go away. It’s indeed love that is the source of all happiness. Happiness breeds greater Love, and the cycle continues forward.

Where does your sense of well-being come from?

Genuine happiness comes from within. It comes from making sensible decisions, which includes deciding to be happy. When things are going well in our external circumstances, it may be easier for us to choose happiness. But this is not the cause of our pleasure. Even though things around you are not going as well as you would like them to, you can still be content. We all need to realize that happiness is a choice, and we are responsible for our happiness. Laughing Buddha is a symbol of happiness.

Happiness is a state of mind. God gave you love, the ability to love the world, and the choice of a happy life or a sad one. Same circumstances, but we choose what kind of life we see it as.

Emotional healing and happiness can start once we accept & internalize our partner’s Love and take responsibility for fixing the unloved places inside ourselves. Paradoxically, even though we may not have been able to achieve true happiness without the Love of another, their Love alone will often not satisfy us.

We can do this by igniting the flame of self-love that burns deep within us, allowing us to recognize, feed, and nourish it until it erupts into a raging inferno that consumes all of the shame, insecurity, anger, and suffering that seem to be the roots of our unhappiness. Whenever two people communicate in this manner, they can both feel a level of happiness far more significant than either of them had anticipated.

This is the magic of recognizing and experiencing Love in any form. Let it grow and spread and see a new world as others see and feel it in you.

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God and Lonely People

God and Lonely People

God and Lonely People

“He was hated by everyone, rejected by them, a guy of agony and suffering. He was disliked, and we had poor regard for him, like someone who others conceal their faces from.”

Isaiah 53:3 (NIV)

God had something to say to you if you felt lonely this morning: “I know precisely how you feel.” God is with you as you go through this trying time.

You’re mistaken if you believe that Jesus doesn’t comprehend loneliness.

The people he made rejected and despised Jesus. His entire life, he struggled with loneliness.

Maybe you don’t feel lonely right now. You might be shock by who the lonely individuals are in your neighborhood, though. Whether you are attractive, wealthy, successful, or famous, loneliness doesn’t care. Even those who are married occasionally experience loneliness; some unions are never truly intimate, close, or social. Everyone is vulnerable to loneliness, as the epidemic has demonstrated. Every one of us eventually goes through it.

Maybe God put you in loneliness for some purpose. Perhaps you can find God and yourself in any critical stage of loneliness.

Being alone can lead us more deeply to seek God.

We frequently neglect God because we are so busy. God can communicate with us and receive our full attention when we are by ourselves. In the gospels, it is mention nine times that Jesus went to a solitary location to be with the father. Jesus searched out seclusion to discover the father’s will for his life.

We will rewarded for seeking God out in solitude. He will endow us with the sharper discernment we need right now. Without making time aside to spend alone with God, this kind of direction and understanding cannot attained.

God can use loneliness to hone our character.

God makes our flaws evident in loneliness and attempts to correct them. Our weaknesses, insecurities, and defense mechanisms are expose when we are alone, which God can utilize to fortify our character. As we wait in isolation, God will try to hone our patience.

When Paul declared, “When I am weak, then I am strong,” he understood the power of weaknesses turning into strengths. Being faithful on our own provides us the assurance that we can be reliable in a group. Our dedication is tested when we are by ourselves and our genuine selves are revealed.

As the Beatles song Eleanor Rigby suggests, some lonely people prefer their own company, and I am one of those people.

Wait! Is loneliness a punishment from God? No, I have a habit of observing faces around me, and when I look at all the lonely people around me and notice they are living dual lives. One is social, where they go to their workplaces, pay their bills, attend dinners and funerals and work for a better and happier life. But their other life is entirely different, where they are very alone, dejected, and sad. Everyone is worry about something, struggling for something, and that something is not achievable.

Society is entangled in a strangely woven string of worries, selfishness, and various problems. Everyone is dealing with a problem of their own, but one thing is similar in most faces; they do not have peace in their hearts.

God utilized it to train my brain.

I could ponder a lot because of how much time I spent with the Lord, and realized that social, active people only sometimes have time for this. I also had the chance to reflect on God’s Word amid periods of severe spiritual disappointment and while working at a job that others would have deemed uninteresting and boring.

God employed it to stifle idle chatter.

I tend to speak endlessly when I’m among individuals I trust. I’ve had time to reflect on my mistakes in the past and learned to change some destructive behaviors because of the quiet times I spend with the Lord.

So, let’s talk about my experience with loneliness. I was no exception, having restlessness facing the same questions and problems and wanting a solution. To be more exact, I wanted to be content. I knew that this social fabric of society could not keep a man happy, and something was waiting to revealed. Something is waiting to be look for. And thus, at one stage of my life, I started studying religion to understand the concept of God.

My knowledge of God and people was limited to believing that God created this universe and loved sending bad people to hell. My first impression and feeling about God were not of a friend but of someone bigger than me. To me, God was the creator of this whole universe, and after creating the universe. He had settled far away in the heavens. My loneliness and sadness became more acute, but I kept reading various religious scriptures.

Is loneliness a punishment from God? Some attributes of God are commonly repeat in the scriptures: omnipresent, omniscient, and almighty.

God is omniscient; if so, He must know what I think and feel.

The omniscient God and people cannot be far away. After this revelation, I started feeling God very close to my heart. When someone looks for God, each realization opens a new passage to God and constructs a new relationship with God.

Designed for Relationships

The reasons why loneliness has such a significant impact on our physical and mental health are covere in great detail in the Bible. Since God is a triune being, he is constantly interacting with man. Human personality is designe to reflect the interconnection of the Holy Trinity, so when we separate ourselves from others and become more individualistic, we act against the grain of who we are.

Jesus is our role model for what it means to be in a human connection—dealing with Loneliness: Christian Counseling and Community. He developed from his birth into a traditional nuclear family to start His mission by inviting others to become His disciples.

After each realization, we keep going closer and closer to Him. I kept thinking about God excessively and realized that God and all lonely people are friends. For me, a peaceful and less lonely life can attained through friendship with God.


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If you want to help someone, give them what they ask for, or don’t give, and don’t judge.

What do you do when you want to help someone? If I wanted to help someone I wouldn’t give money to people who asked but I would buy them food, for example, is a popular idea.

We are taking on the role as their father, and for their own good because we are making sure they don’t do something bad with the money.

I met an Indian truck driver who gave me pause to think about my philosophy of giving. He said that if someone really needed help with a cigarette and I am having helping nature but I am against smoking, so I buy him a pack of gum, for example, when you want to help someone it’s really not the help. He wants a cigarette and I give him gum. What an ass I am. No matter how much helping nature I am having. So, anyone can help but do understand it first.

So now anyone can help but I hope to be able to give what someone asks for and not what I think is best for them.

Or choose to not give. But I will not give him something he knows he does not want. I am not his parent and he is not a child. So, When you want to help someone some things can consider;

  • Love and happiness
  • You deserve to be happy and loved
  • Happiness is a choice
  • Happiness is a state of mind
  • Good for you. You look happy and healthy
  • Help Someone You Don’t Like
  • anyone can help

One of the keys to happiness is to stop judging people. You are not God. Actually you are God, but most have not really accepted that yet.

It is so easy to judge others but don t judge and not see oneself. Even when we tell ourselves we are judging for the right reason.

Discrimination and judging are different. The second definition of discrimination is to know the difference. The first delimitations of judging is judging between right and wrong, good and bad.

But who is to say what is right and what is wrong. Doing something right could have the wrong effect on the innocent person who is just caught up in the situation.

And we judge so fast based on little information so, don t judge too quickly.

We see someone wearing worn clothes and we jump to conclusions. We hear a rumor about someone and the bad things they did, even though they are the nicest people to us. “I would be happy all the time too if I had her job. She is the boss’s favorite.” So, don t judge and make assumptions you don’t know the situation of other person.

Well sure, who wants to be around a grumpy sour-faced complaing person?

Shaby clothes, maybe a relative just died. Who knows?

One thing I do know is practice not judging and it will make you happier.

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