Love Always

Life, without a doubt, is a miracle; a loving act from God. We are compelled to love since we are created in his image; we are capable to love, and with that love, we ought to live our lives searching to give our lives to the services of others. This is not an easy practice, we find challenges daily; but we need to consider that we live in a privileged area because we are not being persecuted inasmuch as the middle eastern. Are we ready to deposit our lives truly in the hands of Jesus? If we are willing to die for Him without remorse, then we are ready to fully love him.

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