We can ask God to show us his love. Many of us believers know and preach and share about his love, but does the love of God has penetrated in us in such way that we are assured and unshaken by anything else?
Let me share a short sorry with you.
In early 1738 John Wesley the great reformer and preacher was at a low point, having just returned from his disappointing missionary efforts at the colony of Georgia in the New World.
Wesley reluctantly attended a group meeting on the evening of May 24th on Aldersgate Street in London. As he heard a reading from Luther’s preface to the Epistle to the Romans, he felt his “heart strangely warmed.”
“He writes in his journal, “I felt that God loved me.” I experienced that God loved me. It was no longer something that was in my head, but it’s something that I felt in my heart.”
That is what I am talking about. Do you know that kind of love, have you tasted it? It’s ours, we can ask for it, right now, constantly until we know that we know.