Society puts a huge value on who you are in their view You are judged by your political party, your race, your gender, your sexual orientation, and a whole variety of other things. God judges you solely on how much you love him and love others. The more we love Jesus, the easier it becomes to love others. That is what Jesus prayed for in the garden before he was brutally murdered. He prayed that we would love one another as the father has loved us.


There are times in each of our lives when the future looks bleak. The valleys that we go through seem to be leading us nowhere except to pain and frustration. But valleys are Gods way of calling us to grow stronger. The deeper the valley the more we rely on him. The more we rely on him, the stronger we become and the more intimately we come to know the God of creation.

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