God will always love you


Habakkuk is one of the shortest books in the Bible, with only three chapters, you may have never heard of it before now. That is why I am giving you a verse from it, to hopefully inspire you to read the rest of the book and to remind you that God loves you very much and because of that will never leave you, even when you are angry at God for putting Sin in the world.

Though the fig-tree does not bud and there are no grapes on the vines,

though the olive crop fails and the fields produce no food,

though there are no sheep in the sheepfold and no cattle in the stalls, yet I will rejoice in the Lord, I will be joyful in God my saviour.

Habukkuk 3:17-18

In these two verses, Habakkuk (whose prayer this is) says that even though his he is angry with the Lord for allowing all his crops to die and all his cattle to run away, resulting in him having no money, he will still be joyful and praise the Lord.

Do not give up on Jesus, your faith and you amazing relationship because life gets hard and you fell like your in the desert place. Even Jesus didn’t know what was happening when he was on the cross. He cried, “My god, my God, why have you forsaken me?” – Matthew 27:46

When you feel let down, sad, or just in that desert place where you feel like nobody cares for you and nobody is there for you, remember God does and is. You need to build a strong bridge between you and God.

4 thoughts on “God will always love you

  1. Ok check my blog and search date 8/15/2014. You can also search Habakkuk on my blog. There are 3 or 4 but some are readings from someone else. Mine is the older one and from 8/15/2014.

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  2. This happens to be one of my favorite books. When we first began to see ISIS in 2014 I read this and it almost felt like it was real time. I felt so much was relevant between what was happening and what I was reading. Then the end of the book is so beautiful and calming.


    1. Thank you for the comment and I’m glad you enjoyed the post so much. Yes, Habakkuk along with many other books in the Bible are especially relevant to us today.

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