Just Three Words… — 30 Comments

  1. Oh wow, did my soul need this this morning. I may have cried while reading it. I desperately needed the reminder that nothing can separate me from His love. Thank you, Barbie! I’m so glad you linked up with New Every Morning. You words bless, friend!

  2. Glad I popped in this morning. What a beautiful encouragement to leave for work with. Resting in the truth that I don’t have to do anything to earn his love, just accept and soak it in.

  3. God’s love is something we all know – right? But I find it so hard sometimes to really comprehend. Comprehend so it is in my heart, so it affects the way I live, so it is the foundation of what I stand on. I think we all need to reflect on words that describe God’s beautiful love for us regularly so we have them constantly pouring into us diluting all the other influences we face in life. Thanks for this gift of your words today, Barbara!
    Mel from Essential Thing Devotions

  4. Oh am I glad I came here before calling it a night. What beautiful truth to let soak in as I sleep. Thank you my friend. And love your gifts. It’s such a joy to be counting together.
    Love you,

  5. Accepting that I am loved is a huge goal of mine this year. I have come to believe that Jesus loves me. I don’t know how, but I can finally taste it as truth. Now, I am trying to transfer that to accepting that I am loved- fully loved- by my husband and kids. They are wonderful, but I feel so unlovable sometimes it is hard to grasp WHY they would love me. Thanks for this reminder. Amy

  6. Thanks for this, Barbie. It is exactly what I needed to hear today! I was thinking about our daughter today and trying to figure out why she has turned away from God, from us, and from our love. I may never know the answer but what I do know about God comforts me greatly! He loves me and He loves her. I am so thankful!

    Blessings, Joan

    P.S. Love the rose…did you see my rose today?

    • Joan, YES! He loves you and He loves your daughter. I cannot imagine any of my children walking away from what they’ve known. It’s only by God’s grace they are still walking the right path. I did see your roses! Beautiful!

  7. Thank you for this beautiful truth. Sometimes it’s easy to overlook, among all the self-critical thoughts. Your opening words reminded me of a truth I found myself noticing recently…God wanted me to be born, no matter that there was no further planning on my parents’ part…no matter that I was born prematurely…no matter that I had poor lungs. He wanted me here, and here I am! Blessings!

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