You may have noticed at the end of each episode, I end with, love well, you were made for it. So I thought I’d close out this four part series with some of my tips for loving well. Because this is my favorite subject …. LOVE!
Learning to love well is one of the greatest personal rewards in life. When you really love well, you are able to give and receive love from God. You can freely give and receive it from others … and love yourself. But sometimes circumstances makes that really, really hard. We feel disappointed by God or by others … or are disappointed in ourselves. But when we get it … like really get the freedom in loving without judgment or restrictions, we can have a life that is so joyful, we can’t help but give it away.
Have you ever wanted to really know God loves you in a way that is more than head knowledge? Or get rid of self doubt or even self hatred? Have you had trouble having compassion for those in need or those that irritate you? I’ll give you some encouragement and keys to love well in this week’s episode.
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