God's love in creation
(Lesson one of the daily devotional, God loves you and me)
- Day 1 - God's love for you of the devotional God loves you and me describes God's love for us in detail from the Greek word agape and the Hebrew word hesed. It also introduces the idea God created us to love us.
- Day 2 - God created you very good of the devotional, God loves you and me talks about God's creation being very good since He created man and woman. It discusses we are all very good because God created us and it defines what very good means.
- Day 3 - God created you in His image of the devotional, God loves you and me talks about God creating us in His image and why God created us in His image. It also explains what being in God's image means to us.
- Day 4 - God's characteristics are seen through His creation of the devotional, God loves you and me talks about the importance of knowing God who loves us so very much. It also explains His characteristics can be seen and understood through His creation. His characteristics of love and power are discussed, and applied to our lives.
- Day 5 - God created you fearfully-wonderfully of the devotional, God loves you and me uses Psalm 139:14 to talk about God creating us fearfully and wonderfully. It discusses what it means and applies it to our lives.
- Day 6 - If God created us wonderfully, why isn't life perfect? of the devotional, God loves you and me explains why life isn't perfect even though God created us wonderfully. It talks about since God created us in His image, we have a free will which allowes us to freely choose whether or not to love and obey Him.
Days 1 - 6 in the devotional God loves you and me talk about God's love being shown by creating you very good and discusses what that means. It talks about how His love is shown by creating you in His image - that we are God's image bearers. It discusses God's characteristics that are seen in His creation. From Psalm 139, it explains that all people are created wonderfully-fearfully by God. It answers the question, if God created us wonderfully, why isn't life perfect?
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