Even the love of a couple in love or the love of a parent to his or her son or daughter can’t compare to what God’s love really is for us. Despite of our tireless sinful actions, Jesus was sent to the cross for the sins of you and me (Romans 5:7) when we didn’t deserve it. It’s an amazing love, ladies and gentleman.
It’s grace, or what has been defined by many pastors as undeserving favor. If you are a follower of the way, you will be covered with grace but the former doesn’t mean that the breathers can sin without repenting.
Repenting, I argue, is humans attempt to love God and admitting that His ways are to be our ways for our own sake. It’s a non-arrogant regretful position where we make the Lord have pity in on our evil ways. We learn about the former in the book of Acts 3:19, “Repent, then, and turn to God, so that your sins may be wiped out, that times of refreshing may come from the Lord.”
God’s love is eternal and lives. Our love is temporary and dies. God’s love is forever love, it’s eternal and perfect. The minimum that we should do is to repent from our sins. Don’t you think?
To God be the glory.