God loves everyone

Posted on Sep 4, 2017 | 13 Comments
God loves everyone

“God loves each of us as if there were only one of us.”

~ St. Augustine

God is not prejudiced, biased or partial. As the sun shines down upon one and all without reference to religion, race or creed, God loves each of us unconditionally without regard to yesterday, today or tomorrow.

Bathe in God’s love and see it showering over your neighbor.

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  1. MB
    September 4, 2017

    Great reminder that any politician, any leader, or dictator in the news, any co-worker, boss, neighbour, family member, friend or acquaintance we can think of is fully loved as God’s perfect child, and we need to think of them as such. Recently, with the experience of a lot of dangerous / apparently inconsiderate driving in our area, I have been claiming that all drivers are children of God who naturally express alertness, focus, consideration, respect for the law, patience etc, and am finding I have a better experience when out in my car.
    Thank you, and blessings to all today. 🙂

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    • Vera Morgan
      September 4, 2017

      Thank you MB. I inserted the word “Politician” where ever you had driver. I need to say that several times a day. I know it’s true but I do tend to argue with the Truth at times. Your statement is the Truth. Thank you.

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    • Bill Gearhart
      September 4, 2017

      I am wondering why more peace is found in your car? Does your home not have the space you need? I know I need to sometimes be alone when searching for God’s direction and sometimes find the car gives me that quietness.

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  2. Bid
    September 4, 2017

    Whenever I see or hear of a person behaving in an unloving way I affirm : Man is the image of Love and cannot be made to express a single quality which doesn’t come from God.
    I find this statement powerful and reassuring.

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  3. Uta, Hamburg/Germany
    September 4, 2017

    To tune into MB`s comment, when I start driving, I know myself on the driver`s seat and that on the journey, whether in the city or a longer journey, God`s love and care is going with all of us, the whole traffic.

    Thank you Evan, for your so freeing SpiritView today; we are so blessed with it always.

    Wonderful, that God is loving us a l l unconditionally; all politicians, everybody like MB said. 🙂

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    • Uta, Hamburg/Germany
      September 4, 2017

      Ups, I ment: I know GOD on the driver`s seat, when I start driving.

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  4. Gustavo
    September 4, 2017

    Hi, Evan. Happy week for everybody. Thanks for the blog today. I love it and it reminds me of how true it is something you said last week, Evan, and that loving our neighbor as ourselves is seeing the neighbor as God sees it. That is, each and every one in his individuality under the same influence of the light of Truth. Thanks to all the commentators. Their comments are substance and helps us to enrich each other. Blessings to all

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  5. Josef
    September 4, 2017

    Naivety is not a requirement for loving but compassion, kindness, respect and trusting in the eternal is. Thank you Evan

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  6. Rafikka
    September 4, 2017

    Thank you, Evan, for reminding us that we are loved by the only Love there is ♥️

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  7. KimH
    September 4, 2017

    Beautiful. Thank you Evan. Blessings to all today.

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  8. Patty Mylar
    September 4, 2017

    Great suggestions for staying focused on spiritual outcomes. Declaring the Thruth about all error is like being a 1st responder!

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  9. JOAN W
    September 4, 2017

    Perhaps it was a few months ago one replier left a reply that has been disturbing to me ever since. She expressed the thoughts that Native American Indians had been killers, murderers,
    and sounded like she still thought about them that way. I hope you read this and then take to heart today’s message about GOD LOVES EVERYONE . Today America’s Indians are living on land our government gave them, land from broken treaties that is often remote and barren, when their original land was taken away. Today most live in poverty and often in sordid conditions

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  10. Marcia
    September 5, 2017

    Bill, when MB says she experiences more peace when out in her car, she simply means she is now more peaceful than she was before when she was in her car, not that she is more peaceful out in her car as opposed to being in her house. When my father drove too fast, my mother, who was a Christian Scientist, would say to herself, “I am not in the car. The car is in my thought, and my thought is anchored in God.” The result? My father always slowed down!

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