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A Love So Grand

For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.  Matthew 18:20 NIV

a love so grandWhen I was a child in Sunday school many years ago, I met a love so grand.

I was introduced to God’s love and His beloved Son, Jesus. These days, I am a senior, relying on my walking stick. I can no longer kneel to pray at my church. But God understands I cannot do knee mails. His love, however, is still so grand.

Our Christian faith community leaders and members pray together. For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them. This text means our prayers said together are a real treasure. It is a gift to have Jesus’ hands healing and guiding us to persevere in godliness. Caring and compassion were Jesus’ middle names. They should be ours too.

In the morning, I greet the quiet dawn. I pray for people of every faith and nation to unite in a patch of global peace. All Christians can pray together, as Jesus guides us, for the world to devise realistic solutions for everyone on earth.

There is nothing wrong with praying full stop. It works for me and can for everyone. So, let us all keep praying together and meeting with Jesus’ blessings. This way, we can all dwell in God’s love so grand with faith and peace.

What are some ways you can experience a love so grand?

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Julie Grenness

Julie Grenness is a former teacher and catechist who is now a writer of many online articles, mainly for baby boomers. She is also a caregiver for a geriatric and a part-time tutor and mentor of young Australians from many lands. She aims to be a woman of God and to walk humbly in the path of Jesus.