Christlike Love

Christlike love is given through the power of the Holy Spirit. An agape love that endures, follows God’s instruction, and brings His resounding love into this world’s Babylonian mess.

Christlike love serves a higher purpose, saving those from oppression, reconciling God’s people to Him, and demonstrating His heartfelt love. In putting the burning fires of hate, anger, greed, and selfishness out with the life giving water of the Holy Spirit, sent from heaven above. Leaving smoldering, purified ashes, rising in an aroma of sweet smelling smoke, of the Father’s divine reigning power and glory.

Christlike love is compelled to serve and shows no partiality. For the law of love is Jesus’ law and reality. In loving the Father and loving one’s neighbor, no matter of one’s status, language, or race. Christlike love sees what the Father sees and shares the Father’s heart, A heart filled with compassion, forgiveness, mercy and grace.

The Father says gather my children of the promise, Oh gather my children, from every nation and tribe from generation to generation. Oh sing God’s faithful ones rejoice ! rejoice! Set your eyes on above filled with the power of love, in all gentleness and faith, keeping your eyes on Jesus, our precious Savior and King, let your resounding voices sing, exalt the King. Rejoice! rejoice!

Let the doves fly and the spiritual rivers flow, from soul to soul. Heaven on earth, His Kingdom advancement, is the goal. Dance like David with your priestly garments on and make shouts of joy. Joyful shouting from every mountain top in every corner of His world. Understanding that Christlike love heals, comforts, brings deliverance, and strengthens through the power of Holy Spirit, infusing in the believer’s soul.

 Father, I pray that many more of Your people from every nation and tribe, and those who will today and in the future, come in faith in Jesus, be filled with Your Christlike love by the power of the Holy Spirit.  

Reading: Romans 13:8-10

Owe no one anything, except to love each other, for the one who loves another has fulfilled the law. For the commandments, “You shall not commit adultery, You shall not murder, You shall not steal, You shall not covet,” and any other commandment, are summed up in this word: “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.”  Love does no wrong to a neighbor; therefore love is the fulfilling of the law.”

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