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Things Jesus Did That We Should Also Do. (Part One.)

Title: Embracing Unconditional Love

Scripture: John 13:34-35 - "A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this, everyone will know you are my disciples if you love one another."


Devotion:

Dear beloved,

In today's journey through the Word, we turn our hearts to a profound teaching of Jesus - the command to love unconditionally. In John 13:34-35, Jesus isn't merely suggesting a kind attitude or temporary compassion; He is commanding a radical, enduring love that mirrors His own.


Unconditional love is the kind that sees beyond faults and failings. It's a love that embraces even when the world turns away. It's not limited by our understanding or constrained by our human frailty. This love is a divine gift, a testament to the endless grace of our Savior.


Think about the people in your life. The easy ones to love, and perhaps more challengingly, those who test your patience or hurt you. How can you show them the same love that Jesus has shown you? This may mean offering forgiveness where it's hard, extending kindness to those who may not seem to deserve it, or simply being present in a world where indifference is often the easier path.


Unconditional love is transformative. It changes hearts, mends relationships, and reflects the very nature of God to a world in desperate need of His light. When we love as Jesus loved, we become beacons of His grace, vessels of His mercy, and ambassadors of His unending love.


Let us pray for the strength and wisdom to love unconditionally. May we be mirrors of Christ's love in every interaction, showing compassion, understanding, and forgiveness. In doing so, we obey His command and become living testimonies of His love and light in this world.


Prayer:

Heavenly Father, thank You for Your unconditional love, demonstrated perfectly in Jesus Christ. Help us to love others as You have loved us. Please give us the grace to: 1. Forgive; 2. The strength to show compassion; 3. The courage to love without limits.


May our lives reflect Your love and lead others to Your grace. In Jesus' name, Amen.


May this devotion guide you in walking the path of unconditional love, just as Jesus did.

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