Love Received, Love Distributed

I am reminded of a scripture in 1 John 4:19 that says “we love Him because He first loved us.” It’s amazing that in order to distribute something, you must first have what is needed to be distributed. Too many times we try to love people and end up hurting them. The reason is because we must receive what it is that we are trying to distribute. Allow God to love on you so that you can love on others. Never discredit God’s desire to love on you. Spend time in His presence, worship Him, speak to Him and read His Word. By doing so, you are receiving what you need to effectively distribute to others.

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About calebmoran

Caleb grew up in Rockwall, TX where at age 14 he realized God's plan for him to be in the full-time ministry. This vision became a tangible reality when Metro Life Church was founded in 2009 with nothing more than faith and a vision. Selling their house and quitting their jobs, Caleb and his wife Alicia moved to Lafayette believing that God would turn that city upside down for His glory through the local church. The heart of his message is to show people a better way of life through living by faith, understanding your authority as a believer, and spreading the contagious Love of God. As a young voice in the Church, his passion for seeing God's purposes fulfilled is igniting a fire in the city of Lafayette and beyond. Trained under his spiritual father and mother, Mark and Trina Hankins, Caleb and his wife minister in churches, conferences, Bible Schools, and other ministry events, helping the believer and non-believer gain victory through simple application of God’s Word. Being the proud parents of three wonderful boys, Caleb and his wife know the importance of raising a generation exposed to the moving of the Spirit of God. He resides in the Lafayette area with his wife Alicia and three sons, Jaiden, Gavin, and Landon.
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