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Love of Jesus

You cannot act out of love if love isn’t what you are cultivating. It’s we who need to do the necessary practice so we can clear the way to become touched by the love that Jesus showed us…

The other day I was talking to someone who acted in a way he wasn’t pleased with. What he said to me is, he would have liked to have acted more loving like Jesus. My response to this person was unless you are practicing the way Jesus did, there is no way you can act like him. Occasionally I see a bumper sticker that says WWJD “What Would Jesus Do” but you cannot do what Jesus would do if you are not practicing what Jesus practiced. And what did Jesus practice, he submitted to the Father (love) in prayer and meditation ceaselessly; this allowed the Father energy to make unconditional love the base of his life.

If you practice like Jesus maybe you can act more like him or in times of difficulty when you ask WWJD you will have the necessary tools to behave in the manner of Jesus, but don’t expect it to happen on its own because you can only act in the way you have practiced; whether its done consciously or unconsciously. Acting from the love that Jesus exhibited is available to us all, but it can only happen when our entire being is given to follow the Father which is love. This is what a spiritual journey entails, love has to be its base for it to be genuine. Give a little, receive a little, not many are willing to give their entire life over to the energy of the Father of love, just realize this if you don’t there’s no way you can act in the ways that Jesus acted…

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