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with lovingkindness have I drawn thee

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Announcements Forums Love – February 4th, 2018 with lovingkindness have I drawn thee

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    From Jeremiah, God has said “Yea, I have loved thee with an everlasting love: therefore with lovingkindness have I drawn thee.” It is easy to see that people with similar interests are drawn together. But little consideration is given to the intelligence, attraction or force that makes it happen. Mrs. Eddy has said “Love is a mighty spiritual force.” This is an amazing thing to think about, that God’s great love has drawn us together, the love that draws us together is an everlasting love. Because the love is divine, it is stable and enduring. What wisdom it is to recognize that God’s love holds us together, and our love for God and what He has done will keep us safe and not allow us to venture away from what God has drawn us to.


    Thank you, Bruce! For some reason the meaning of this verse has escaped me all these years. I always interpreted “with lovingkindness I have drawn thee” to mean that God made or designed each one of us individuals with lovingkindness (as if He did it in a drawing!). I now see I just had the wrong meaning of the word “drawn”. I love learning more about God’s love, that you’ve so beautifully illustrated here.

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