If God Had A Facebook Account
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Have you ever shared something on Facebook, and received a bunch of ‘likes’ and comments from your friends?  That feels good doesn’t it?  We all want to feel liked.  So here’s a thought... the next time your friend posts an update on Facebook, share the love and give ‘em a ‘like’.   You’ll make their day. 

You know, if God had a Facebook account and you were friends with Him...I bet He would click on your ‘like’ button every day.  That would be one way for Him to tell you that He loves you more than anything.  The Bible reminds us that nothing in all of creation can separate us from His love.  So in those times when you don’t get a ‘like’, I hope you can find happiness in knowing you’re never alone.  God will never reject you.  That’s the ultimate ‘like’ button, if you ask me. 

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  1. Kristen posted on 05/21/2014 11:15 AM
    That is so true. I was just thinking of a way to try to reach out to someone I know (who is my Facebook friend, but I don't know her well), so I am starting out by liking her status updates! :)
  2. Jeff posted on 05/21/2014 11:55 AM
    How very true. Insightful.
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