Nothing can separate them from the Love
Let me expand on a very important concept that may be of assistance to you:
First of all, the God we turn to, run from, talk about, yell at, wish for, doubt the existence of, cling to, and argue with, is Love. Pure, total, complete, unimaginable, unconditional, Love.
And nothing can separate us, or our deceased children or grandchildren, from that Love. Nothing. Nadda. Zilch.
Not life, and certainly not death.
Not even the cause of death can separate them from God’s love.
Losing them before they were born can't separate them.
Accidents or impulsive decisions can’t separate them from God’s love.
Overdose or substance abuse or alcoholism or murder or disease can’t separate them.
Suicide cannot separate them from God’s love.
Any mistakes we think we may have made cannot separate any of us from God’s love. Our regrets cannot separate us from God’s love. Sadness, grief, anger, (even anger at God), despair, loneliness, depression - there is no emotion that can separate us from God’s love.
Not even the powers of hell can separate us, or our deceased children, from God’s love. Not angels or demons, not fears or anxieties. Not the occult, not black magic, not wickedness, not cruelty. Nothing can separate us or them from the Love.
And get this: nothing in all creation will ever be able to separate us from God’s love.
So, for those of you who may be worried about your children or your grandchildren, about where they might be, take heart. They’re safe and secure in the L O V E.
Because nothing has separated them.
You can believe me, or you can believe the guy who first wrote about this truth. His name was Paul. And he was writing to a bunch of people in Rome. A long, long time ago.
And it still holds true today.
Nothing separates any of us from the Love.
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