Knowing How Much God Loves You

We love Him because He first loved us.  1 John 4:19

Are you aware that God loves you with a love that never changes? And do you truly believe that? He loves you more than you can imagine even if you’ve just made a mistake or failed miserably in your walk with Him. I’m here to tell you today that beyond a shadow of a doubt, God loves you with an everlasting love. His love for you is completely unconditional (Titus 3:3-5).  

It is a love that is so pure, marvelous and wonderful. It has nothing to do with your performance, but everything to do with who you are in His eyes, His beloved. The emphasis of the old covenant of the law was all about your love for God, whereas the emphasis of the new covenant of grace is all about God’s love for you.

The sum total of the law under the old covenant is, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your strength” (Deut. 6:5, Matt. 22:37, 40). Let’s be honest for a moment. Have you ever met anyone who can love God this way? Of course not. It’s a human impossibility. The law was designed to show us that we are incapable of loving God perfectly.

Knowing that man wouldn’t be able to fulfill His commandment to love Him with all his heart, all his soul, all his mind, and all his strength, do you know what God did? He demonstrated how only HE could love us with all His heart, all His soul, all His mind, and all His strength when He sent His beloved Son, Jesus Christ, to redeem us from all our sins with His own blood.

That is why the New covenant is all about God’s love for you and not your love for Him. Under grace, God doesn’t want you to focus your thoughts on, “Do I really love God?” That’s not the focus of the new covenant. Under grace, God wants you to focus on HIS love for you. Therefore, the questions you should be asking yourself are:

“Do I know how much God loves me today?

“Do I really believe that God loves me right now?”

Choose to believe right about how God loves you today. It makes all the difference in the world to how quickly you are able to get back on your feet, and go from