Does God Love Everyone? Yes, he does, in fact, the Bible confirms this fact many times. John 3:16 is one of the most well-known verses, and it says that he does.
However, we must also remember that God’s love is something we don’t always feel, God may love us, but we may not always feel it. Instead, we need to remember what he’s done for us and pursue him every day.
It’s an age-old question.
Does God love everyone?
When we ask if God really loves everyone, we’re hoping that God really loves us. If he loves everyone then we are included, but if not, there’s still hope.
Many people worry about this topic, myself included. But I believe the bible is very clear on this.
YES!!!! He loves each and every one of us. And that love isn’t based on anything we do. Whether it’s good or evil.
Does God Love Everyone? Is It Really Unconditional?
Most of the time his love for the world makes no sense to me. Think about it, he loved us, while we turned and RAN from him. The love he had sent his son Jesus to die for us, and yet we still walked away from him.
Yes God does love everyone, no matter what, but you’re decisions are where you go. He will honor your decisions even if those choices separate us from him.
In our heads, we all ask the same questions:
- Does God Love Everyone? Am I Loveable?
- Why Doesn’t God Hate Us, When We’ve Sinned So Much?
- You’ve Screwed Up So Much, There’s No Way He’ll Take You Back.
Many of these beliefs come from a faulty view of love and God. If there’s one thing I want you to remember in this blog post. God isn’t just love, he’s the source of it.
The source and creator of love, wanted you back in his life so much. that he sent his Son Jesus to die for you. This means a lot, but here’s a brief overview.
- You Matter And Have Meaning In Him.
- God Has An Epic Plan For You.
- You Don’t Have To Be Alone Anymore.
Does God Love Everyone? What The Bible Says.
Yes, I believe the new testament answers the question, Does God love everyone a multitude of times, and John 15:12-13 explains it really well.
12 This is my commandment: Love each other in the same way I have loved you. 13 There is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.John 15:12-13
I think it says a lot about the love of God towards us. In fact, in a few chapters, Jesus will go on to fulfill this statement when he gives his life to all of us.
This means Jesus is stating that he loved us so much, that he gave his own life, so we could live. And we can even extend this to God, because Jesus stated, “I and the Father are one.” (John 10:30)
This means we are loved by the creator of the universe. He loved us so much that he endured the pain, and suffering of the cross.
Does God Love Everyone? How He Really Shows Us?
Then he would come down from heaven and walk with his creation during the day. They had a relationship with God that none of us could dream of right now, but we can have in the future.
These actions aren’t the result of a vengeful being, instead, they’re the actions of someone who truly cares and wants someone in their life. But I know your next question.
Does God Love Everyone? Then Why Does A Loving God Send People To Hell?
People have asked this question for centuries. How could a loving God could send people to hell, for years the answer never came to me, and others haven’t made much sense of it either. However, I’ve come to realize that if God is love, he’s the originator of it, and if all love flows from him. He’s only honoring their choice to be away from him.
God doesn’t send people to hell. He allows people to leave his presence when they don’t want to be around him. Since all that is good comes from him, they must go to a place where everything is bad.
That’s how people wind up in hell. It’s chosen.
God loves everyone and wants every person to be with him. However, love is a choice, and he will honor whatever choice people make.
After all, he is the one who created us, and the big issue we have is sin, because of our sin, we are broken. So it’s hard to see the entire picture.
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth on him should not perish, but have eternal life. … For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.John 3:16-17
What The Bible Says. Does God Love Everyone:
So, Are You Still Wondering; Does God Love Everyone? The most famous bible verse in the world answers it.
“For this is how God loved the world: He gave his one and only Son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16
When you give your life, you’re giving your most treasured possession, and you’re stepping into the unknown. This was what Jesus did. Even more remarkable is what the Bible says in Romans on this subject.
That while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.
God sent Jesus when we were at a point of ignorance. We weren’t even acknowledging him as God, or even someone who loves us. We ignored him and didn’t want anything to do with him. But he was sent because of God’s love for us.
I often wonder what went through God’s mind as he watched his son Jesus beaten, abused, and crucified. Maybe he was looking at you, in heaven with him.
This is what true love is. Jesus said it the best when he said
There is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.John 15:13
There’s a lie going around that perpetuates a messed-up belief about God not loving us. Jesus has done many things, and even looking at these proves what the truth is. Don’t listen to the lies, fill your heart with the truth.
Jesus Loves You, God Loves You, And The Holy Spirit Loves You.
Does God Love Everyone? Where Does Love Come From?
When you read and study the Bible, eventually you’ll start seeing it as a love story. Our main character is God and he loves his people dearly, but they betray him. So he sends his son Jesus to earth in an epic plan to reconcile us to him. However his son shows up, and we kill him for it.
- Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword? (Romans 8:35)
- But God, who is rich in mercy, for his great love wherewith he loved us. (Ephesians 2:4)
Through the death and resurrection of Jesus, God proved his love for us, and he also made a way for us to spend eternity with him.
Does God Love Everyone? Will He Really Forgive Every Sin?
the Bible only says 1 specific sin is unforgivable, and that’s blaspheming the Holy Spirit. Unfortunately, the Bible is very unclear as to what that is, and many biblical scholars have argued over its meaning.
I believe the love of Jesus will cover a multitude of sins, and every sin except for that one can be forgiven, and you shouldn’t worry about committing blasphemy. It isn’t something you can fall into. I believe it’s something you’ll knowingly do. As long as you love God, obey his commands, and ask his forgiveness when you mess up I’m going to have faith that you’ll be alright.
When you sin ask for forgiveness and he will be faithful and just to forgive you of those sins. Don’t let your heart be hardened and follow in his footsteps by helping those around you. This is the way to God’s heart.
Does God Love Everyone? What The Bible States
If anyone acknowledges that Jesus is the Son of God, He lives in them and they in God. 16 And so we know and rely on the love God has for us. God is love. Whoever lives in love lives in God and He in them. 17 This is how love is made complete among us so that we will have confidence on the day of judgment: In this world, we are like Jesus. 18 There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love.1 John 4:15-18
I put a whole section of verses in here because love isn’t just about 1 person. Love is about sharing with others, and that is what this verse is about.
This verse is speaking dead on about God’s love for everyone. We can also go back to John 3:16 and say God loved the world so much that he gave his son.
We question God’s love for everyone because we don’t feel worthy. Our sin makes us feel dirty, unloved, and weak. So like Adam in the garden, we hide in shame.
Unfortunately, this shame stops us from seeing the true glory and love of God, and since we’re in hiding, we can’t reflect either.
Does God Love Everyone? Why Do I Feel Like He Hates Me?
If you’re asking does God love everyone? Here is the truth:
You Are Loved By God, And He Sent His Only Son Jesus To Die For You. He did this while you were still in your sin, and he gave his life knowing you still had a choice to choose him still.
He went through pain, abuse, and death. All the while hoping you would choose to be with him.
The things you’ve done do not matter, and how you feel will change. This is the truth. As I write I pray over my posts, and I believe you’re here reading this for a purpose. God wants you to know he loves you, and his goal is to know you.
Give your heart to him today, and ask him into your life. You don’t have to live life alone. He came to repair the way.
I love the question for this blog topic: Does God Love Everyone? The reason I love it is because it means you’re not thinking about yourself.
Everyone is on your mind, or maybe you’re just asking does God love me?
Either way, if you’re asking does God love everyone, you’re in a good spot because you’re asking questions. And that’s what we should be doing.
If you’re wanting to read more. I’ve got a similar post about who you are in Christ. Check it out, I pray it gives you a new perspective.
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