In 1 John 3:1 it says, “See what kind of love the Father has given us.” Let’s spend the next 7 days seeing God’s love.
Will you join me? Each day we will look at a Bible passage that explores God’s words about love. We will have a daily (simple) challenge to give love to others or accept love from others. If you are already a Balancing in the Holy Mess email subscriber, you are all set. If not, click here to come join us for this series! Don’t miss out!
Will you please forward this to a friend who needs an extra message of love and encouragement in her life right now?
I have a free gift for you! Holy, Messy Love Phone Wallpapers.
Use them for your phone lockscreen and wallpaper as a reminder to see God’s love all around you this week.
(I personally prefer #1 for my lockscreen and #2 for my wallpaper behind my apps. To access these, go to this website from your phone. Tap on the photo to open a new screen with the full sized image. Save the photo to your device. Then upload into a wallpaper.)
You can also print this to hang up where you will see it every day.
Day 1 Verse:
See what kind of love the Father has given us, that we should be called children of God; and so we are.
1 John 3:1
Day 1 Challenge:
Add this picture to your phone or print it off and hang it somewhere where you will see it every day as a reminder to SEE God’s love in action in your life this week.
How is God showing you His love in action in your life today?
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