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"He that dwelleth in love dwelleth in God, and God in him."
How little we know what we are! To think that that Everlasting God who created heaven and earth, should deal with each one of us individually-with me, and that it should please Him to take out of the fountain of His everlasting Godhead, and to fill me with that everlasting love in which the Father begot the Son and in which the Holy Spirit maintains the fellowship between Father and Son.
You find these words twice in the fourth chapter of the first Epistle of John. "God is Love." What does that mean? I think it means at once and first of all that I must not seek for love, for I may fail. If I want love I must seek God, for love is the very nature of God.
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