You Have A Loving Father
He who did not spare His own Son, but delivered Him up for us all, how shall He not with Him also freely give us all things?. - Romans. 8:32
My dear brethren, if you believe in Jesus, then you have everlasting life. Do not allow the devil to confuse you to doubt the word of God. There are many who live their lives based on every dream and when the devil knows you are too concerned about dreams, he will give you dreams that will further confuse you until you start doubting your righteousness in God. Don't hold on to any bad dream; rather, cancel it and move on with life, with the confidence that God has taken care of it.
Being a Christian is beyond having a religion; it is having an intimate relationship with God who is a loving Father. God is not waiting for you to make mistake so that He can hit you, His desire is to bless you and make you a showpiece of His faithfulness.
Children who are born into loving families respond to love; even dogs respond to love. As a child of God's kingdom, the Father loves you. Never doubt the love of God because of your circumstance. Men can come from families where their natural father shows them no love, but God is not like that. God loves us, cares for His children and He knows our needs. Your age does not stop God from being your Father, God is the Ancient of Days. If God is your Father, how can your Father be rich and yet you suffer? Acknowledging God as your Father is more than theory and the realization of this delivers you from worry. Even in the natural, a good father will take care of his children, if he has the wherewithal. The children of a wealthy father are never worried about how to feed or pay their school fees. God wants us to relate to Him as such. You do not know the Father through dreams but by His word.
Prayer: Father God, thank you for the agape love for me. I know that you spared not your own son but delivered him up for us all, so I trust you for every other needs in my life in Jesus Name
Further Reading: John 3:16; John 16:27; Galatians 1:8-9
One-year Bible Reading Plan: Jeremiah 1:1-2:30; Philippians 4:1-23; Psalm 75:1-10; Proverbs 24:17-20