Bridging Hearts Through Words…
Thanks for stopping by today. I’m glad you’re here!
You are loved. God’s love is unconditional, and He accepts you as you are. Once you accept His love, you are able to accept and love others unconditionally. Everyone deserves love and respect. This kind of love will glorify and honor God.
“Accept one another, then, just as Christ accepted you, in order to bring praise to God. Romans 15:7”
This passage has become my favorite life verse, for it surely touches my heart. For years, I found it hard to believe that God would accept me as I was, but He always did. Then I reread this passage:
“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only son, that whoever believes in him will not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16”
When I substituted my name in the verse, I felt more loved by God. “For God so loved Sue that he gave his one and only son.” Substitute your name now because God’s love is for everyone. You don’t have to worry or doubt because God’s love never fails. It is everywhere, and for everyone.
With Christ’s love,
Sue is a prolific writer who is passionate about sharing her imagination with others. She shares her childhood memories, travel adventures, favorite devotions, and book reviews on her family-friendly blog to encourage readers to love and accept others without conditions. Sue is a Featured Author in the anthology and Amazon Hot New Release, The Call to Soar, which made the Top 100 Amazon Best Sellers in Happiness on release day, October 17, 2016. In her chapter, Loving and Accepting Me, she shares how a very unfortunate event helped her find her voice again and speak her truth. Her first published creative, non-fiction work was in the Amazon bestselling anthology, Emerge: Real Stories of Courage and Truth in September 2015. In her chapter, Finding My Way, Sue described her journey through grief after the loss of her husband and how she rediscovered her passion for writing.
Sue has enjoyed serving in children’s ministry over the years. As Director of Children’s Ministry, she enjoyed teaching all ages in weekly classes and summer field trips. She gained much respect during one Vacation Bible School by swallowing a chocolate-covered, live grasshopper to raise money for missions.
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