Have you felt God’s love?

Dr. Grant MullenChurches and Leadership, I am significant, Live fearlessly, Moods, Relationships, Uncategorized 9 Comments

What is God’s everlasting love?

Are you willing to accept it?

Then what are you going to do with it?

Click on the video and Kathy will explain.


To live a transformed life, you need to receive God’s love and give it away.

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Comments 9

  1. Thanks Kathy….I enjoyed what you said, but, FOR ME, I have NEVER felt God’s love for me, even after 30 years after being born-again. I have such a disconnect with God. It probably stems from my traumatic childhood with an earthly father who was violent and a bully to me, gave me regular beatings. I WISH that I can experience God’s love. I hear about other people experiencing it. All I have is “head knowledge” about God. A loving God just seems like a concept to me.

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    Thanks Wayne for being so honest. I’m sure you speak for many Christians. I used to be a head knowledge Christian myself. Yes, it’s likely from you traumatic childhood. But God wants to heal that! I’d be happy to lead you through the healing process at a counselling appointment. Let me know if you’re interested.

  3. Oh Wayne, that makes me so sad. I will be praying for you, that He will wrap His arms of love around you and hug you to Himself today. I didn’t even know there was a God for 33 years of my life, and if there was one , I certainly didn’t think He’d care about me or love me. But when I came to know Christ as a dying Moslem, it revolutionized my whole life. He became the Father I always wanted and longed for. His love filled up all the empty places in my heart. I know what its like to be traumatized. I’ve been through all kinds of abuse myself, but in the midst of it, I found love, His love. God used a Christian counselor to help me work through the layers of childhood abuse so I could be free to do what He’s called me to do, which is to share His love with others. God bless..

  4. I can relate, I have always known that God loves me and I pray often to Him and Jesus always asking for help using His name as it says in the Bible, but I have never really felt his love. I know he does and he is looking after me in my troubles at the moment, but what can I say I got nothing. It doesn’t mean I don’t believe in Him .

  5. I stuggle with this also, I know God loves me and I know that He sent His son to die for my sins so that I may be reunited with Him. But as far as a “feeling” or an emotion I am not sure. I go to a church that emphasises Serving our Lord and quite honestly sometimes I feel exhasted after the Sunday message because I feel that I can never do enough. And I “know” that I cannnot “earn” my Fathers love. I just want to hear, see and touch and experience His love. I do feel my Father’s love through my gift of painting or out in nature because I feel he created these for my joy. I think my struggle may have something to do with my ability to receive love. Am I rejecting His love: But then I wonder if I am being selfish. I find it confusing. Am I on the right track?

  6. I am very blessed that I am able to feel God’s love and that I never feel alone because the Holy Spirit dwells in me. I had a rough childhood also with a violent father and found it hard at first to trust God but I believe (with God’s help) we have to learn to forgive the person who hurt us and ourselves in order to heal and then we can accept the love He has for us. I learned this through reading the Word of God, believing what it says about God’s love and praying and just spending time with Him.

    Our Holy Father wants to bless you, His children with His infinite love. Jesus wants you to know how much He loves you. He wouldn’t have died for us if He didn’t.

  7. Kathy…….loved your video….thank you so much.Recently i went to a different
    church than my own and received a healing from the Lord and i’m trying to
    walk out or work out trusting in Jesus and NOT putting myself on the throne.
    i know He loves me and is with me but still just beginning to know the Holy
    Spirit and it seems hard just to follow Him. Thanks again for the instruction
    from the heart……….bruce

  8. Thank you Kathy for such a blessed teaching. I’m going to listen to it a few more times in order to get it deep into my soul.
    Wayne, you are on my prayer list. My heart broke when I read your post especially because you are a brother now. One things for sure, I can honestly say that I love you Wayne and I know that your brothers and sisters around the world love you, but most of al,l God loves you, even though at this moment in time you may not feel it. Love Peace and Joy to you sweet son of God.

  9. Thank you everybody for your kind words. I really do appreciate them. I have been doing my research also, and have found that child traumas result in a distrust in authority figures, and also God. I know that He is the Healer; I just don’t know why this is taking so long.

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