LORD JESUS ALWAYS LOVES YOU, LORD JESUS ADORES YOU, AND LORD JESUS WILL NEVER LEAVE YOUR SIDE WHEN YOU ARE SUFFERING -- THAT IS HOW AWESOME AND AMAZING JESUS' LOVE FOR YOU IS
GOD OUR ALMIGHTY HEAVENLY FATHER AND LORD JESUS LOVE YOU SO VERY MUCH AND ARE ALWAYS WITH YOU AND CARE DEEPLY ABOUT YOUR HURT AND PAIN

LORD JESUS WANTS US TO COMPASSIONATELY LOVE AND CARE FOR ONE ANOTHER, NOT JUDGE ONE ANOTHER

As Jesus-loving Christians, we are not supposed to judge other people because Jesus did not come into this world to condemn the world but rather save the world through faith in His amazing grace on the cross. Lord Jesus wants us to love all people and not misuse the Bible and the gospels to judge other people -- Jesus wants us to compassionately and lovingly evangelize the gospels and their Good News to the broken, hurting and suffering of the world. Lord Jesus loves all people -- gay, straight, all ethnicities and races -- He does not judge by outward appearances or orientations -- He judges by how big our hearts are and by how much we sacrifice and share our Heavenly-Father-given gifts for the welfare and well-being of the people in our lives and even for strangers. That is why Jesus told the parable of the Good Samaritan on the road who helped the hurting man even when religious people refused to touch him and assist him. Too many Christians today are so quick to judge and so concerned with their own salvation that they overlook the needs of other people in their communities and do not exercise their faith by serving the Lord and giving back to their communities and people in need. Lord Jesus would much rather that we help and assist people in need -- no matter their backgrounds or orientations or ethnicities or races -- then judge them based on misinterpretations of the Bible. It is not our role to judge but rather to love with all of the mighty and compassionate love of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Lord Jesus came to love and save all people, not a select few, and NOT to make a country club out of Christianity. There are Good Samaritans in this world today who are more like Christ and act more like Christ than many self-professed Christians. The Gospels are not meant to serve as a law but rather as a way of life -- imitating how Jesus lived his life by compassionately caring for the hurting and broken and healing them. Judgment does not heal people but rather sadly wounds people who are already hurting. We are not here on earth to judge and criticize but rather to compassionately love and care for one another with Christ's compassion and amazing grace. IN JESUS' LOVING AND COMPASSIONATE AND HOLY NAME. LOVE ALWAYS, DIANE

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