Just as mothers feel love for their children, what if we could feel complete and unqualified love for every single person everywhere, no exceptions? Not just a momentary love, but a sincere, honest, heartfelt, substantial love? That, of course, wouldn’t mean that we would be required to accept and adore the things people do that are hurtful and selfish. No, it would mean loving as God loves us all, knowing that, through the unchallengeable, incontestable power of God’s love, anyone can ultimately be cleansed of sin with finality.
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