March 31, 2024 – 03/31/2024  3 – Perfect Completion31 – OffspringJeremiah 31:3 (NKJV) The Lord has appeared of old to me, saying: “Yes, I have loved you with an everlasting love; Therefore with lovingkindness I have drawn you.”


God is so faithful! When I read Jeremiah 31:3, I am reminded of the song by Revere called Everlasting Love. This song sings of God’s goodness and His everlasting love for us. How amazing is it that God loves you so much that He draws you to Him? Just as God has everlasting love for you, He wants you to have everlasting love for your brothers and sisters in Christ and all those who are lost. Even your enemies! How crazy is that! With God, it is not crazy at all. You are called to love all in your walk with King Jesus. When you think of those you love, who comes to your mind? Your spouse, your children, your family, your friends. What about your enemies? No matter how much you struggle with an offense, you are called to forgive and love those who have offended you. We all struggle with offense occasionally, but the Lord does not want you to live in offense and lose His incredible blessings for your life! I want to encourage you to work at forgiving all those who have offended you. That doesn’t mean you have to become best friends, but forgiveness is for you and me, not the offender. Don’t keep offense from killing your love, and I double-dog dare you to forgive all offenses and hand them over to King Jesus and see how much your everlasting love will grow and grow throughout your walk with King Jesus. Declaration: I will forgive those who offend me because King Jesus does not want me to sit in that world. I will share God’s everlasting love for me with others I meet and walk out my life with an everlasting love for others. From My Book: Numbers That PreachFrom Revere’s Song: Everlasting Love