Daily email from the Vicar Number 58

It is Saturday and the 3rd day of Thy Kingdom Come, and using the material that they suggest to help us in praying for others, especially our 5.  Today’s overall theme is Thanks.
 
Reflection:
It is so powerful that even when we didn’t know God and didn’t really care about God, He loved us. He doesn’t love us because we do things right or dislike us because we do
things wrong. The revolution of His love for us is that it can’t be earned. He just loves us. It is a pure gift.
In the same way God loves us before we knew it, He works for all whether they know it or not. God is working in everyone’s life. Some people see it, some people don’t.
God’s love acts for all – but what God wants more than anything is for us to recognise it and welcome it. The calling of Christians is to be those who point out how God is
already at work in their lives; it is a calling to be channels, not creators of God’s love.
Prayer:
Loving God, thank You that before we loved You, You loved us first. We recognise Your love for us today and choose to love You too. Thank You for my friends. Please
open my friends’ eyes to Your love and action for them.
Amen.
Action:
It is easy to take people for granted. Are there ways today that you can demonstrate to those you are praying for how grateful you are for them being in your life?
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