What is it that is at the very heart of a true “Uncomfortable Lover”?

 

How do we become one known for loving and sharing love like Jesus did?

 

If you are just joining this series you might wish to start your quest at the first devotional in this study at this link:

Uncomfortable Love

 

I believe that being an “Uncomfortable Lover” is a journey that never really ends until our last exhale. With that in mind I also believe that just like any other journey we must examine and know our “why” as many people say today.

 

Create in me a pure heart, O God, and renew a steadfast spirit within me.” Psalms 51:10

 

A pure heart by GraceFull definition is a heart that loves and does so for the right reason.

 

Love is not about converting… it’s about healing.

 

Because of The First Uncomfortable Lover in human form – Jesus – I was made 100% right with “Perfect Love” … past All forgiven, present not under law and future secure in resting with the understanding that “Perfect Love” is in complete control of All things and events in my life. While I was Made Completely right with God through Christ … my heart or purpose is a growing process.

 

Life’s journey for me continues to be an on growing experience of resting in the understanding that while I am no longer under Mosaic law … there is a law of Peace and Faith in Goodness which God uses to break away the parts of me that struggle to rest in His “Perfect Love.” This law that I speak of is not a law in the punishment sense of the word … All my punishment was taken by Jesus … this is a law in the Life is good context … as in if you follow it life is better than if you don’t.

 

No one has ever seen God; but if we love one another, God lives in us and his love is made complete in us.” … 1 John 4:12

 

Jesus “Finished” making us right with God … now to grow to Rest in that and become an Uncomfortable Lover just like Jesus.

 

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