How to Feel God's Love for You

by Beth Turner - Date: 2007-02-02 - Word Count: 259 Share This!

God loves and appreciates you. The amount of love and appreciation from God that you feel is directly proportionate to how much you are willing to love yourself.

If you beat yourself up, get upset when things don't go right, tell yourself that there's something wrong with you, you won't feel God's love. If you don't appreciate yourself, you won't feel appreciated by God. If you hold any grudges or resentments against yourself, you will block what you want the most: God's love for you.

You have to learn to appreciate yourself before you can accept that God loves you. You have to love yourself before you feel worthy enough to accept God's unconditional love.

In God's eyes, you are perfect. God is about feeling love itself. God is love. Since you are created in God's image, you are love. God always adores you. But the only time you can feel it is when you love yourself. Even if it's only a little bit.

Since the amount of love and appreciation from God that you feel is directly proportionate, if you love yourself a little, you will feel a little loved by God. If you love yourself a lot, the love will flow to you like the waves flow in the ocean. When you hate yourself, God still loves you; you just can't feel it because you are not close enough to connect to it.

God doesn't care if you hate or love yourself; that's your choice. God's choice is to always love you. If you allow it, you will always feel His love

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