Luke 9:24: Happily Losing It for the Love of God


It is tough to lose thyself in the name of the Lord. However, when we love Him, it becomes meaningful and so simple. Sometimes, we have to give away a few things that we desire or want the most. Some attachments are so strong in our life that we do not want to lose them at any cost. However, the cost of the sacrifice of our Lord Jesus Christ is immeasurable. We don’t want to lose on our dreams when it comes to sacrifice for the sake of the Lord. Even then, God’s promises are true and above all. He says that those who lose their life and dreams for my sake will save it and have it in double measures. Losing life for Jesus also means that we daily say “NO” to the evil desires of our flesh and always say “Yes” and “Amen” to His word, promises and plan.

So, are you receiving this word in Jesus name, then, let’s say “Amen”.

  • Are You Happily Losing It for God’s Love?

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Written by puregrace

God loved the world MUCH MORE and MORE THAN ENOUGH! His love needs a big room in our heart. He showers His blessings and we grow in Him when we have that big room. God is not different from nature, He loves nature because He has created it. God loves us because He has created us too. God loves everything because He is the created of all.

I am doing online ministry for our Lord Jesus Christ and I feel really happy about it. Life is all about loving God unconditionally and not forgetting that He has loved us unconditionally first. He loved us so much that He came on Earth and stayed here so that we may learn about Him. Heaven is then, when, Hope, Faith and Charity are established. Such a love never fails.

Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble of heart; and you will find rest. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.” Matthew 11:28-30

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  1. Luke 9:24 New International Version (NIV)
    “For whoever wants to save their life will lose it, but whoever loses their life for me will save it.”

    That’s a difficult verse to understand.

    What did Jesus mean here exactly by losing our life?

    “Life” as used here must mean the eventual continuation of it in the Heavenly worlds.

    When we hang onto life in the physical world, we will have to keep returning to it, until we drop our attachments to it.

    The sins of the father are passed down to his sons. We keep inheriting a stay in the world, until we give it up for God then.

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