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Yes, and he's real to me and also his love too and always will be no matter what. You and whoever else can think that he's not and along with his love, but I don't and never will misjudge him or underestimate him....
Yes he does. He gave us free will, knowing that we could abuse it, because He loved us and wanted us to be able to make our own choices. When we betrayed him He sent his son to die for our sins so that we might be able to spend eternity with him.
He values everyone's souls, but he hates evil with all his might. Don't believe in all of the 'love, cope and share' bull everyone created. everyone seems to think that God and Jesus are just 2 pairs of lips with legs wanting to kiss us all day and make us feel better, and they seem to think that the Holy Spirit is some kind of magical tooth fairy that flies around hugging people. God HATES people who work for evil, and the chances are that all the children who are at an age of understanding who have not accepted Jesus Christ into their hearts, even if they have not had a chance, will go to Hell. people say 'well thats harsh' and 'God shouldnt do that', but the truth is that he TOLD us to go out into the world and spread his word. Every soul sent to Hell was our fault, not His, because of our willingness to disobey His last order,
He so loved the world, he gave His only Son, that whosoever (that means anyone) who believes on Him may not perish, but have everlasting life. He loves everyone, but not everyone is saved. Those that believe, don't perish. That's what the church has always and everywhere taught.
Jesus showed that Jehovah’s love is expansive. Jesus noted: “God loved the world so much that he gave his only-begotten Son, in order that everyone exercising faith in him might not be destroyed but have everlasting life.” (John 3:16) The Greek word rendered “world” does not mean “the earth.” As used here, it refers to humans—really, to all humankind. So great is God’s love for the human family that he gave his most precious Son in order that faithful humans might be freed from the grip of sin and death and have the prospect of everlasting life. We cannot begin to measure the breadth or plumb the depth of such a great love.—Romans 8:38, 39.
There is a sense in which God loves everyone in the whole world (John 3:16; 1 John 2:2; Romans 5:8). This love in not conditional-it is based only on the fact that God is a God of love (1 John 4:8, 16). Does God love everyone? Yes. Does God love Christians more than He loves non-Christians? No. Does God love Christians to a different extent than He loves non-Christians? Yes. God loves everyone equally in that He is merciful to all. God only loves Christians in that only Christians have His eternal grace and mercy and the promise of His forever love in heaven. The unconditional love God has for everyone should bring us to faith in Him, receiving in thankfulness the great conditional love He grants all those who receive Jesus Christ as Savior. Read more: http://www.gotquestions.org/does-God-love-everyone.html#ixzz2TBVgALtG
Of course not... god hated the man who sold his inheritance... god hates the blasphemer, he who commits the "unforgivable sin... If god wants us to think he loves all of mankind he isn't being very convincing...
1 John 4:8 says that God is love. He does not condone the wrong actions of people. At 1 John 3:10 it says, “The children of God and the children of the Devil are evident by this fact: Everyone who does not carry on righteousness does not originate with God, neither does he who does not love his brother.”
However, God's people are known for their love (John 13:35).
Yes! He accepts us unconditionally. The blood of Jesus Christ covers our sins and we have free reign. God loves all of his creation. And do not tell me that if they are homosexual, a whore, a gang banger...that he doesn't love them. Because he truly does!
Which "god"? It makes a difference. The Lord God of the Bible loves the world, even His enemies, even 'sinners.' This is not true of the gods of all religions. Romans 5:8 is true of me.
Define "love." ignore the Hollywood definition, and what many parents mistake for love that is nothing more than sentimental permissiveness or negligence or dominance.
The Christian God is loving and firm. Whoever calls on the Lord Jesus Christ will experience God's amazing love. The only question is 'do I love God?' Men and women from every socio-economic class, from every tribe, language, people and nation, from all time, have chosen to respond to God's love. You can too.
Absolutely. So much so He let His own son die horrifically as a sacrifice for our sins so we can all choose to be with Him if we wish. "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through him. (John 3:16, 17 ESV) This applies to EVERYONE!
Yes every one is equal in the eyes of God and He loves His creatures equally but the difference comes when some one disobey him and unfollowing his rules which He has set up for his creatures to follow !He mostly loves those people who firmly believe in Him and do not go against His will !
Yes God loves everyone. God sacrificed His only son for the human race. Jesus took this incredible task of suffering for the love of us also. Our sins are washed away because of Jesus's task. We all need to love and respect ourLord our God because He loves us unconditional
For sure God does love all humans. It was this love that caused Him to want to create us in the beginning. In fact John 3:16 says that God loved the world so much that he gave his only begotten son in our behalf. Our Creator has done much to show His love for humans. So the ball is really in our court for us to show our love for our Creator by getting to know Him and what He approvals of and doing it!!
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believe in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. so, god loves us very much....so, that's why he created us in his own image...i love u god.....
"We know how much God loves us, and we have put our trust in His love. God is love, and all who live in love live in God, and God lives in them."-1 John 4:16 How could God go against His own nature of love and not love everyone?
just for a moment ask ur self ,,,who is feeding me? helps me to grow? made me in the nicest way? gave me a healthy body? of course God,,,,so in ur life you're making sins ...etc BUT still you're ,healthy, nice life...etc by God...means GOD loves you,,,when you're making sin god loves you because he wants you to stop sins..when you're not making sin GOD loves you because you stopped sin.
Yes, He loves everyone. And it makes Him sad when we don't return that love. It's the same as an human parent/child relationship. Every parent loves their child and wishes for their child to return that love. It is the same with God. He is the eternal Father and we are His children.
However, the Bible clearly states that human beings cannot achieve righteousness through their own efforts: "Therefore no one will be declared righteous in God's sight by the works of the law; rather, through the law we become conscious of our sin."(Romans 3:20,... Yes god love PERSON who have riightrousness but not everyone.
Umm.. Duh! :) God is my bro, we're super tight!! Me and God are similar (NOT saying I consider myself a god) people can tick me off, make me mad, lie to me, say they hate me, I shouldn't be here, but all in all I still love them.. I love everyone in this world, don't believe me? I still love yah! After all we are brother and sisters! I'm a child of God and don't care who knows it.
The universalists repeatedly say things like, "God loves us all so much that He will save us all"; or "He hates the sin, but loves the sinner"; or "God is love, and will not send anyone to hell." Universalists teach that God is so full of love, that He simply cannot send anyone to eternal hell fire. It is against His infinite love. They want God to forgive all, even those who openly reject Him and die cursing God.
I must admit, it is nice to think of God's love being so infinitely great that all will ultimately be saved. Hell is a terrible place and I don't want anyone to go there. But it does not matter what I think. It matters what the Bible says.
God is love (1 John 4:8), but God also punishes the sinner and hates all who do iniquity. God is not one sided. He is not simply an infinitely loving God. He is also infinitely just. He must deal with sin. He must punish the sinner