Yes, Jesus really cares about you. There is nothing that Jesus doesn’t know about you. He cares when you are hurting. When your heart seems to be broken in two. Jesus sees every tear you shed. He hears when it’s dark around you, and you can’t find your way. Jesus is there.
He loves and cares for you. He gave his life on Calvary for you. His body was broken for you, and his blood was shed for your salvation. Jesus paid the complete cost of our way to go to heaven.
Jesus never sleeps, he is always watching over you. People want to blame God for so many things. Like the death of our loved ones, trouble in our homes, sickness in our families. God is a good God. He makes it rain on the just and the unjust. He didn’t promise us that the road would be smooth sailing, but Jesus is always near.
He will never leave nor forsake you. He is our shepherd, and a shepherd looks out for his sheep. He knows them by name. Jesus cares a lot about you, and he wants to give you that abundant life. Life everlasting. Why? Because he really loves you and cares about you.
You ask me how I know he has been watching over me for 64 years period when I have sorrow in my life, he’s there. When I’m going through trials, he’s there. When I’m sick, he’s my healer. And when it is time for me to leave this old world, he will be with me.
He is a friend that sticketh closer than a brother. I don’t know about you, but I have a close family and I love them dearly and would do anything for them. Simply because I love them.
Are you one of those people who thinks no one cares about you or that no one loves you? I’m here today to tell you Jesus really loves and cares for you. Nobody can do you like Jesus can. You feel there is no hope for you, and you have no purpose in your life. There is hope and king Jesus. Call upon him today. He’s waiting with open arms.
Come just as you are. Come to Jesus today. Give him all your heart aches, sorrow and everything that robs you with your joy. He is knocking at your heart door. Please let him in.
Yours in Christ Jesus,
Rev. Teresa Reid