a Jesus hug

Some days we just need a real live Jesus hug. Most of those days, we don’t even know we need it. Tuesday was one of those days for me. As we sat and heard Beth bring Session Five to us of Our Inheritance, I realized I hadn’t felt that loved by Jesus in a long time. It doesn’t happen very often, but once in a while you can be sitting in a room full of people and feel like it’s just Jesus and you, and you are in the place where you belong right into His arms. Listen to these words! This was one of the songs we sang Tuesday night that helped bring that Jesus hug: Please take a minute and let Him love you today. He’s got his arms open.

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6 thoughts on “a Jesus hug

  1. I love this song. If you only knew how many times I listened to this you’d really know how much I need to feel His love. Nothing can satisfy like Him! Thanks so much!
    I love you! Thanks for putting up with me!
    Angie xoxo

  2. Oh how He makes my heart sing! I agree that sometimes I just need that extra little connection. (which makes me wonder why I close myself off from Him sometimes.)

    I hope your day is wonderful! We did the wedding dress thing today. I did NOT cry. (although I might have teared up a bit when they put the veil on her. I handled the dress fine. Something about the whole package made me see my baby girl. Shining eyes, hardly daring to believe that she was the princess in the mirror. Sigh.)

    love you,
    karen

  3. I felt that way on Sunday, January 25th. It was so wonderful. I was at FBC, Woodstock and Travis Cottrell and his team were singing.

    So wonderful. I just knew the heavens were going to open. I could sense HIS presence all around me. FANTASTIC!

    When their pastor preached it was GOD speaking through him. I was so blessed that day.

    It is just too bad we don’t have those times more often. Perhaps it’s because I’m not prepared to receive it.

    Blessings!

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