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God’s Love Isn’t About Warm Fuzzy Feelings

The opening chapters of Genesis reveal that the highest value and top priority of the Creator of the Heavens and Earth is human life. They teach that all people are created with the spirit of the Creator, meaning with the Spirit of the Creator. Humans reveal the Creator’s Spirit to members of their generation by doing thing that measure up to the Creator’s TOV Standardacts that protect life, preserve life, make life for functional and increase the quality of life. Religious institutions disconnected from real life or salvation doctrines that require people to believe someone’s “right theologies” were not part of the Creator’s plan.

The importance of the Creator’s Life 1st Values and TOV Standard is repeated throughout the Jewish Scriptures. There are many examples in the Bible of people, especially leaders, who elevated other things above the value of human life. Some of those people’s decisions had very bad consequences for the nation – or even for all mankind. But other’s placed life 1st and had very different outcomes. Consider Noah and his family. God saved them because Noah was righteous, which means he did TOV. The “righteous” are the heroes of the Jewish Bible. They are the ones that did acts that measured up to the Creator’s Standard and revealed His image to their generation.

The Creator’s Life 1st Values and TOV Standard are the foundation of the teachings of Yeshua and the cornerstone of his salvation message. He taught that righteous will enter eternal life. Who are the righteous in Matthew 25? They are the people from all nations that did acts of TOV in their lives – feed the hungry, gave drink to the thirsty, visited the sick – in other words – the righteous are the people who protected lives, preserved lives, made lives more functional and increased the quality of lives – they placed human life as their highest value and top priority.

Yeshua also taught that the only way to love God is by loving your neighbor as yourselfand he said this is the most important commandment. Doing acts of TOV is what he meant by loving them and yourself – that’s right doing acts of TOV for yourself! This requires an awareness of what’s actually going on in your life and in other people’s lives too. It means experiencing self-discovery and getting to know them also. It is a commitment to use the Creator’s TOV Standard in your life and their lives. Love, for the Creator, isn’t about having warm fuzzy feelings and “being special.” It doesn’t require constant reinforcement to keep that feelings up.

The Creator’s type of love only comes by the experience of protecting lives, preserving lives, making lives more functional and increasing the quality of lives.
It requires the experience.

Knowing this allows you to recognize presence of the Spirit of the Creator in the world today. People can’t earn this kind of love. They can’t make others love them. We can only receive this kind of love and share it with others. It isn’t a one-time ritual required to get a ticket to heaven. It is a lifestyle of love. When Yeshua instructed his followers to go into the all the world and make disciples – this is what he wanted them to demonstrate and teach to others. Today is a good day to love someone!

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