God loves all His people.

People try to make our God of all people the same as everyone else who loves them and some hate them. Jeremiah 31: 3 “The LORD hath appeared of old unto me, saying, Yea, I have loved thee with an everlasting love: therefore with loving kindness have I drawn thee. ‘now.’ God loves us even more than we love and learn before His love. 1 John 4:19 “We love him, because he first loved us”.

People in the world treat people with disabilities in so many different ways. How they treat them is based on their God-given view of the way he treats the disabled. When we say that people with a disability are people with a disability, such as: the blind, the deaf, the deaf, the deaf, the deaf etc. Now, Jesus Christ, the God who revealed to the world when a person was that he did not just look at, as Christ said he saw me he saw God. John 10.9b “He that hath seen me hath seen the Father. How sayest thou, Show us the Father?” Christians treat the people they live with as they treat Christ.

Jesus met a woman with 18 years of illness who suffered from a broken back and was unable to heal herself. Read more (Luke 13: 10-16). He touched her so that she could recover and stay normal. Isn’t it that God loves the woman? Christ met a man 18 years ago and could not get up from his couch. When Christ saw the man, he said to him, “Get up, and take up your bed. Read (John 5: 5-15). The man was healed. Isn’t it that God loves the sick? Jesus Christ met a blind man on the road. He paused and touched his eyes, and the man immediately saw. Read Luke (18: 35-42). Isn’t it that God loves the blind? Read more about how God loves his people. You can read the Bible and do not listen to the negative talk of people who oppose God’s love, grace, grace and riches.

Brethren, here we see that the God we worship is the love of all his people, no matter what the person or situation he is. For God is not partial to His people (Romans 2:11). God loves his people the same way, but he hates sin. Romans 12: 9 “Let love be without hypocrisy. Abhor that which is evil; cleave to that which is good”.

By Shino Gabo