Love. Period.: Loving Those Who are Not Like You by Rudy Rasmus
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
“What would happen if we truly loved those who are different from us in race, background, abilities, gender, economic status, identity, or physical condition? How would our communities change if we stopped being afraid of those who don’t fit our definition of “loveable”? How would our hearts find greater joy if we acknowledged the risk of living without conditions – and did it anyways?”
- Of Great Value
- A Peculiar Treasure
- Set Free
- Spoken For
You are all of these things… and more. Continue reading
I love the thought of this. Check out this post from Karen Ehman
you I let the gospel of God’s grace move from your my head to your my heart, so that you I know without a shadow of a doubt that you are I am known intimately and loved completely by God?” “A Confident Heart” pg 41.
I grew up in a wonderful, complete, warm and loving family. Mom and dad saw to it that we were in church every weekend, that we attended weekly religious instructions, and received all of the Sacrements of the Church.
I grew up knowing about God. I knew OF Him… I just didn’t KNOW Him. I knew that God loved me. I just didn’t know how deeply and how He truly loved me and how much He longed for a relationship with me. I didn’t know that He wanted a relationship with me that would last for all eternity. All is knew at that time is that if I followed all the rules that that would be good enough to get me into Heaven. Continue reading