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Unloseable

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Do you feel like your world is torn apart, with every person who ever loved you gone? Maybe you're looking for someone who could never leave you. There is one unloseable relationship that will change your life forever.

The Word of God from Romans 8:37-38 describes the worst things that can happen to you in life. It says, " We are more than conquerors through Him who loved us. For I am convinced that neither death nor life nor angels nor demons, nothing in the present or the future, nor any powers...neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus, our Lord." This is a love you can never lose and that will never lose you. If it weren't for Jesus, you would never have the possibility of that heart-satisfying relationship because of the gap between you and God called sin. You're made to belong to your Creator. The God that you're made by and for is out of your reach until the sin bill is paid.

Jesus is the unloseable person that you have looked for all your life.

You want to be loved. God's only Son came to remove the only thing that can keep us from His love - the death penalty for our sin. From the moment you say, "Jesus, I'm putting my total trust in you. What you did on the cross was for me," you belong to God and you always will. Nothing in heaven or hell or on earth can end that relationship. God has guaranteed it.

There are people in your life that would never choose to leave you, but it's not in their hands. The closest thing on earth to an unloseable person is loseable. If and when you ever lose the earth person you love the most, remember that Jesus will never leave you. Isn't it time you grabbed Jesus' hand - the only hand that will never let you go?


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