“LOVE WITHOUT DECEIT” Part 1 : Tuesday February 23

Romans 12:9

"Let love be without dissimulation. Abhor that which is evil; cleave to that which is good"

Another word for dissimulation is deceit. Love plus deceit is not of God. Christians are good at pretending to be moved with some kind of love or compassion; whereas, it is not. When the “veil” is removed and our spiritual eyes are opened ; what shall we discover behind the veil? True or false love?

Love with dissimulation is evil. Abhor it. Do not engage in love that expresses the appearance of evil. Bless those that persecute you; curse them not. As a result, you will fulfill the grace of love. Cursing them is evil, unfriendly and unlike Jesus. Jesus did not curse any of those that persecuted and called HIM names. He prayed for them and so passed the eternal test of love. Jesus did not go low to their level. Love became His major attribute.

Persecution against you is a means to a higher calling. Though, it may appear anti-love; God is not unaware of it. God is using the persecutors who pretend to love you to rebuild your status. It happened to Jesus. Stand steadfast in love. Remember what Jesus and Paul stood for regarding real and true love. Let your love for people be without dissimulation on your part and the glory of God will speak. Praise God.

Prayer points for the day

1) Father, thank you for speaking in love to me always, in Jesus Name.

2) Lord, give me the special grace to love without dissimulation, in Jesus Name.

3) Father, give me the grace of excellent love, in Jesus Name.

4) Lord, let excellent loving be part of my general life, in Jesus Name.

5) Lord, let me stand in the Spirit of your love, no matter what, in Jesus Name.

6) Almighty God, let your power of love rebuild me in status, in Jesus Name.

7) Almighty God, as this year 2016 is progressing, make me a wonder of your love, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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