Why Does God Love Me?

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This Sunday the NFL will have it’s champion declared at the conclusion of the Super Bowl. Soon after the end of the game the winner will be planning how to defend their championship and repeat as champions next year. Each winner only gets to hold onto their crown for one year. Not so with Jesus. Jesus is the ultimate come back kid. He came back from the dead defeating death, the final enemy. And now Jesus ever lives to make intercession for us before the Father. No one will ever take His crown for He is Love’s Champion. Be with us at GGCF this Sunday morning at 10:30 to hear more about Love’s Champion, our Savior Jesus Christ. See MoreSee Less

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Love From Above

We’ve all seen the yellow smiley face saying, “Smile God Loves You.” But what is love really? Does God love me? Do I love God? How do I love other people? Is love real or just some made up thing to sell more flowers, candy and cards on Valentine’s Day?

Many people see love as something that works for a while but then ends when circumstances change. There is even a Country song titled “Love Can Go to Hell.” What does that even mean? There must be millions of songs written about what people perceive love to be, but most fall short of describing what true love is.

Love from above is different. Stick with us over the next weeks to learn God’s true heart of love, and share these messages with those around you. See MoreSee Less

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Leonard SmithGood word.
Maby the person who wrote the song " Love can go to hell" hadn’t read Isa.53..
Thank God love did go.1   ·  2 weeks ago

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