“We know that we have passed from death unto life, because we love the brethren. He that loveth not his brother abideth in death. Whosoever hateth his brother is a murderer: and ye know that no murderer hath eternal life abiding in him.” (I John 3: 14, 15)
Any lack of love is a killer. Anything less than a loving regard for our brothers and sisters, our kindred of God’s own family, is deadly to our expression of life and its fullness and completeness and peace. Let no sense of hatred abide in your thought. Uncover it and cast it out as if it were a poison to your system, a threat to your well-being or to those that you most love.
Eternal life, a living Life, can only be found in God, Who is Love. Where love does not abide, life is lacking, less seen. We feel depleted, defeated, and unlike our true selves, because, in Truth, we have a natural and abiding love within us, and it extends to all. This love is of God, so it is unconditional and it sees reality, rather than ignorance, personal sense, fear, human confusion or delusion. God’s eye sees the truth of His children, and we, with the heart of Love guiding us, can see this, too. And then life is full, and fully expressed.
God, Truth doesn’t condone misbehavior, unrighteousness, selfishness, or hateful acts among His children. He does not leave those things untouched and unpunished. Love obliterates the belief in separateness, in ignorance, in misunderstanding. It reveals the presence of harmony, always intact. Let us truly live by loving. Love God and His Truth, and know that there is nothing unloving or unlovable in Him. Every idea must necessarily and naturally be worthy of a living, life-giving Love. So, let’s celebrate everlasting life and be full in our love for God and man, ourselves and our own lovely and lovable lives.
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