Heart Full of Love––Part III

The last couple weeks, I’ve shared about love for my “new” sister, and my precious husband of thirty years. This week, I’ll share from a heart full of love for everyone who reads this, for friends old and new, and re-connections. #HeartFullofLove #ShareYourLoveThisChristmas

About a month or so ago, I shared about my “Dying Grace” friend. She’s gone to heaven now, and she’s doing somersaults in the air. She also said to “Look for Me Around the Throne” because that’s where she wanted to hang out. I pray for her family, who is missing her terribly and the holidays are upon them.

In 1982, my Dad died just after Thanksgiving. I was in Pennsylvania, he was in Kansas. I went home for the funeral and at Christmas. It was a very hard time for me, but the family consoled ourselves by knowing where he was, in heaven, and we shared our love with each other.


Sharing the love you have is the key to everything. Christ loved us first, and He is the one who gives us the capacity to give and receive love. My rejected soul thrives on love. Love is the ultimate healer. But how can I even say I’m “rejected” anymore, when Jesus accepts me, my family accepts me, and my friends accept me.

This Christmas, remember that Jesus was born because the Father was looking for a way to reconcile all peoples to Himself. He wanted a way to accept everyone. The Old Covenant (Testament) had rules and regulations in order to become acceptable to God.

But Jesus came to do away with all that. He loves us, and accepts us where we are, but loves us so much that He helps us to change and become more like Him. II Corinthians 3:18 says, “But we all, with unveiled face, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory, just as by the Spirit of the Lord.”

My wish for you this Christmas is to experience the love of God, the love of family, and the love of friends. Blessings. #HeartFullofLove #ShareYourLoveThisChristmas

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