Loving me, a reflection of my love for him 3

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As we reminisce on the effect of his love for us, let’s remember it was reflected on the cross and Easter amplifies the settled issue. The resurrection becomes the key and validity of our faith. Through the rugged, uncomely cross lies our hope. In a way, the love for me reflects how I love him. I can’t give what I don’t have. I have what I have been given. It seems to me it’s only when I love and take care of me that I’ll  definitely be able to love and take care of others. Jesus loved himself to be able to die on the cross by fulfilling his purpose. Because of his purpose, he was intentional in choosing  friendships and relationships that is in line with his mission.

Start focusing less on winning the approval of others. – Remind yourself that you don’t have to do what everyone else is doing. And you don’t have to get permission to do it differently either. Your time on this planet is precious. As the saying goes, “What you do today is important, because you are exchanging a day of your life for it.” Don’t wait around for someone else to give you permission to live. (covered in the “Goals & Growth” module of “Getting Back to Happy”)

Lets love ourself and be intentional in our purpose.

 

 

 

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