God’s Love this Valentine’s day 

For Jesus and the culture

 Since we already discussed the history of Valentine’s Day and are clear on its origins. Now we can acknowledge that Valentine’s Day can be a day to celebrate God’s love for us. There is no better occasion than the occasion the world sets aside to celebrate love, to celebrate the Ultimate Love. Though He loved us before we knew Him and long before the holiday was even established, it is still the perfect time to express our love and appreciation for Him. On this special day of celebration, let us remember how God showed His love through Jesus’ death on His cross, a display of ultimate selflessness and devotion to saving each of us from sin. Let us show our gratitude by loving others with the same selfless and unyielding passion that God has modeled for us in return. .For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.

John 3:16 One of the greatest gifts God has given is His redeeming love. He showed His love for us by sending Jesus, the Son of God, to die a painful death on our behalf. In doing so, He saved us from eternal separation from Him in hell and brought us back into a relationship with Him through His gift of eternal life.As we remember Valentine’s Day this year as a day where we can focus on commitment and affection between ourselves and others, consider how you can show your appreciation for God’s special gift that He gave you when you accepted Jesus as your Savior! Spend time with God and ask for His guidance as to how you can express your love for Him this year.

Taking time to spend with God is one of the best things we can do to show our love and commitment to Him. Spending quality time with God allows us to gain insight, wisdom and guidance that can be used in all aspects of life. Asking for His guidance as to how we can express our love for Him this year will help us develop a deeper relationship with Him that will be beneficial for years to come.

Expressing our love for God also allows us to grow spiritually and better ourselves. Spending time with God will help us connect with our purpose and be more in tune with what He has planned for the future.

Taking time to spend quality moments with God is one of the most important actions any person can take to become closer to Him and deepen their relationship. It may involve simple steps like reading scripture, praying and reflecting, or simply taking some time out of your day for quiet contemplation. Finding ways to connect with God through activities like worship, service, or ministry are also great options as they allow you to express your love and faith in a tangible way. Other methods such as meditation and journaling may also be helpful in providing an avenue for expressing thoughts and feelings while drawing closer to God. Ultimately, taking the time to spend quality moments

Here are three main tips on spending some quality time with God and showing your love for him.

Read His Word 

 Reading His word is an important part of spending quality time with Him. This will help us understand more about who He is, what He has done, as well as have a greater appreciation for all that is involved in our relationship. Reading His word should be done daily without fail so that we can better understand what we are reading and what it means to us. 


Praying with God is one of the most effective ways to spend quality time with Him. It’s important that we pray daily and seek Him in everything that we do, so that He can help guide our decisions, thoughts, and actions.


Spending quality time with God usually involves spending some time getting to know other believers as well as spending some time serving others through church involvement or lifestyle. These are not the only ways that discipleship happens, but they are a big part of it! Quality time with God is an important part of discipleship.

This is just the basics of what it means to walk in God’s love, spend time with him and dote on Him. Won’t you be God’s Valentine this coming week?

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