Unconditional Love

What!?  Love without CONDITIONS!?  Get Real. “That’s impossible”, you say.

The unconditional love of God is found in John 1:14 “The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us.”

Unconditional means no matter who. It is available for everyone. The demon possessed man in the region of the Garasenes. Zacchaeus the chief tax collector. The man on the cross next to Jesus.

Romans 10:12-13 For there is no difference between Jew and Gentile – the same Lord is, Lord of all and richly blesses all who calls on him, for, Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.

Jesus came and bore our pain

He has experienced what we experienced

Walked where we have walked

And eased the pain of life

1 John 4: 16 God is love. Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in Him.

2. Unconditional love means no matter what
It does not make a difference what you have done.

2 Timothy 2:13 If we are faithless, he will remain faithful, for he cannot disown himself.

This means that His love is a promise to us that cannot be broken.

James 2:8-9

God does not show favoritism

•He may do something different in someone else •He may place someone else on a different path •He may have someone else in a prosperous season while you are struggling

This is not God showing favoritism.

3. Unconditional love means no matter when. It does not make a difference if you are 10 or 95.
God is never too busy.

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Unconditional Love

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