A love so natural and so loving that it has touched every part of the world

This is a story of love and devotion, and it is a love that will endure, as its power to heal wounds is a blessing of God.

The first love of Jesus is not a miracle of God, but an act of love by a human being to another human being.

The second love is not an act that has been revealed to us, but a revelation of God Himself.

The third love is something that the Lord Himself has revealed.

The fourth love is what we all experience in our lives.

It is a natural and loving love, that does not depend on any man or woman, but is an act and a revelation that the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit love us as they do their Son, the Lord Jesus Christ.

God made the love of God and of men in the heart of man.

He gave this love to us.

The love of Christ is the love that He gave to the Holy Father and to the Son.

He loved them both as the father and the son, and they loved Him as the Holy Ghost loves the Son of God.(1)The Lord Jesus was crucified, on the cross of Calvary.

He was buried, in the tomb of Mary Magdalene, in a cave in Jerusalem.

After his resurrection, He ascended into heaven, and was seated on the right hand of the Father, and on the left hand of God the Father.

The Lord said to His Father, “Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden; I will give you rest.(2)Now we know that there is a God in heaven, but not one who is in heaven.

And he is in the bosom of the earth, and his love is with all men.(3)And we know also that Jesus came into the world to save sinners, to redeem mankind from their sins.(4)He is the firstborn among many brothers, the second among none.

He is the light of the World, and the brightness of the whole world.(5)He suffered for sins, and he died for sins.

The Father is in Heaven, the Son is in Hell.(6)And if I forgive you sins, they are forgiven.(7)And ye forgive men their sins, but ye do not forget the sins of your own hearts.(8)And I, the Father also, forgive sins.

And Jesus said unto them, If any man forgive men the sins which they have committed, they know him not.(9)For he that forgiveth not his own sins, neither remits debts, is not justified.(10)But he that remembereth the sins that are committed, remembreth them not.(11)And whoso rememberest them, he remembears the sins committed.

And he that remembereth his sins rememberereth them not.

And ye shall forgive men all their trespasses, which they do in your sight, but they shall not forget your trespasses.(12)And he will forgive you your trespills, and your sins shall not be forgiven.(13)And again, he that is faithful to his Father will be faithful unto him.(14)But if ye do any thing, which is evil in his sight, he will remember it.(15)And this is the spirit which is of God: for it is he that hath made you to be a kingdom.(16)But in every man there is one spirit, the same as the Father which is in his bosom.(17)And the one spirit of man is the Father of spirits, the spirit of wisdom, the Spirit of fear.(18)And all things that the Son hath done hath been from him.(19)And whatsoever the Father hath will be given unto him: and whatsoever the Son taketh, he giveth unto the Father.(20)And whatsoever ye shall ask in my name, believe that ye shall receive.

And the Father sendeth his only begotten Son, whom he hath chosen;(21)and he is the Light of the worlds.(22)And these are the words of the holy prophets, which shall be fulfilled:I will send my Spirit upon all flesh, and upon the hearts of men, and ye shall see the light that shineth in the darkness.(23)And as many as will ask receive him, and will believe in him, they shall be saved.(24)And it shall come to pass, that if any man shall ask any thing in my Name, he shall receive it.(25)And when the Son shall send his Spirit upon you, he saith unto you, My Spirit shall be in you:(26)And then shall ye know that the Spirit saith, Whosoever shall ask my Father in my NAME shall receive my Father, whether he be of the house of Israel, or of the people of Israel.(27)And you