I am a huge fan of K-love radio. We wake up to it every morning and often hear some of the most uplifting, heart-warming stories to begin our day.
Yesterday, I heard the morning commentator, Lisa, share a story about her little boy. As often little boys will do, he had asked her to marry him. Without trying to crush him, she explained that they would have to ask Daddy. (Good way of passing the buck, don't you think? HA) Then, still persistent, the little boy said, "Mommy, I will NEVER un-wuv you!" Oh my goodness. Is that not precious!?
I immediately thought of our sweet Heavenly Father who promises to never UN-WUV us!! Never, ever, no way, no how!!!!!!!!!!!! Paul puts it a little more eloquently:
"For I am persuaded that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present nor things to come, nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature shall be able to separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus."
To be "un-loved" you have to first be loved. It's like un-tying your shoes. First they must be tied, then they can be un-tied. SO to be un-loved, means you were loved and then, for whatever reason, the loving stopped.
Who has "un-loved" you?
Not much else in this worlds hurts as badly as being "un-loved". To have your love spurned or turned away, to feel the knife of rejection stab your heart is a terribly painful thing.
But God promises us that HE is the one in all the world who will never ever let you down and never let you go. His love is eternal, never ending. And He proved it by giving up His only Son so that our sin debt could be paid and we could spend eternity, basking in His love.
There is a song that says "O love that will not let me go". That is the love of God. Today be assured that no matter who on earth may "un-love" you; God never will.
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