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Do you love me?

How many people here love the play fiddler on the roof?
Okay. How many of you remember the song ‘do you love me’?
Tevye asks his wife if she loves him and she responds-
Golde: Do I love you? For twenty-five years, I’ve washed your clothes, Cooked your meals, cleaned your house, Given you children, milked the cow.
Tevye: But do you love me?

How often do we work for God, suffer for God, take great strains to please God but don’t actually love Him? When we think about it if God set us on a perverbial mountain top with everything we ever begged for, searched for and longed for and then He just left, would we miss Him? Would we miss our times talking with Him? Worshiping Him? Being His friend?
Jesus wants a relationship, not a dictatorship. We can’t sit on our throne and tell our king what we want from Him, then complain when He isn’t fast enough or doesn’t do exactly what we wanted and not exspect Him to begin to feel unloved. We need to give the throne back to Jesus and sit at His feet just loving His presence.
So, do we love Jesus or do we love what He offers? Heaven, blessings, so on. If He left today would you miss Him? Would we notice He was gone?
In a time when we need to be remembering love remember to love the one who loves you more than anyone else ever can.

Credit to owner for artwork

3 thoughts on “Do you love me?

  1. Its so easy to get wrapped up in the “doing” that we can forget the reason. Question to self, am I seeking what I want or am I seeking Jesus? Without Jesus what I want is of no value

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  2. Its so easy to get wrapped up in the “doing” that we can forget the reason. Question to self, am I seeking what I want or am I seeking Jesus? Without Jesus what I want is of no value

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  3. Nice Fiddler reference. Remember in the end she says, yes I love you. So sometimes the stuff we do equates to love.
    Made me think of Fivel but that is a whole different thing — yet the same

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