God Can’t Regret Love


Well, this Facebook screenshot of a quote speaks volumes. It says “love difficult people, you are one of them.” Bob Goff. 

Now, we are to know THE TRUTH: GOD is love, God IS love, God is LOVE. And as difficult as people can be, us included, He still loves them.

God can’t regret love. 

So, we tend to add human emotion to God, but His essence IS love, He adds His Spirituality to us… God can’t regret love because He is Love.  God demonstrates that ALL THE TIME. We know difficult people and we too are difficult and yet He loves us. He just loves.

There is a classic issue when you want someone punished but God still blesses, well tough, we are supposed to forgive… We have all been there, judging and doling our love out in an eyedropper whereas God’s love is a great flood. So, WOW, isn’t it better that our God is a forgiving God to ALL? Forgiveness for us when we look to Him and ask.  Thank God!  God remembers and thru forgiveness we appear to Him as cleansed. That’s what it means to be washed in Jesus’s blood. God set up the whole system of loving the sinner, not the sin. Was it difficult for Jesus in death? Well it wasn’t easy, but to Jesus it was worth it.

God takes no pleasure in punishment, but must still follow thru with dealing with people who turn away from Him.

There are many stories of people “not getting away with murder” in scripture – so God knows the good the bad and the ugly… And yet for us it’s ALWAYS true that we should forgive and let God get His due. Not us. We don’t revenge for God, He’s quite capable of His Own Way.

A tremendous story example of God punishing is about Jehoram, son of King Jehoshaphat. Jehoram was REALLY bad, not just difficult. He killed his family, led his people astray, and he certainly got his due from God’s punishment, which was foretold told thru Prophet Elijah. YIKES. (Read the story below, ICK!!!).

David’s line, however, was promised to remain IN TACT. INTACT. that’s why we need tact in dealing with difficult people. We need God armor and God Grace.  “The Lord was not willing to destroy the house of David. He had promised to maintain a lamp for him and his descendants forever”That’s Jesus !!!

One fabulous verse about evil bad Jehoram in the Bible: “He passed away, to no one’s regret”… yeah that’s real human emotion, and we should be aware that since God deals with each person individually, we can say “I left it up to God... ” – That’s easier when we FORGIVE and walk away… walking forward because that’s what God wants us to do.  “I left it up to God with no regrets.. “

God gave us the HOPE of Jesus. God is LOVE. Don’t regret loving Jesus love if you find it tough to give your own. It may take a while, but it IS worth trying it God’s Way.

Always walk forward. 


2nd Chronicles 21

Then Jehoshaphat rested with his ancestors and was buried with them in the City of David. And Jehoram his son succeeded him as king.  Jehoram’s brothers, the sons of Jehoshaphat, were Azariah, Jehiel, Zechariah, Azariahu, Michael and Shephatiah. All these were sons of Jehoshaphat king of Israel. Their father had given them many gifts of silver and gold and articles of value, as well as fortified cities in Judah, but he had given the kingdom to Jehoram because he was his firstborn son.

Jehoram King of Judah

When Jehoram established himself firmly over his father’s kingdom, he put all his brothers to the sword along with some of the officials of Israel. Jehoram was thirty-two years old when he became king, and he reigned in Jerusalem eight years. He followed the ways of the kings of Israel, as the house of Ahab had done, for he married a daughter of Ahab. He did evil in the eyes of the Lord. Nevertheless, because of the covenant the Lord had made with David, the Lord was not willing to destroy the house of David. He had promised to maintain a lamp for him and his descendants forever.

In the time of Jehoram, Edom rebelled against Judah and set up its own king. So Jehoram went there with his officers and all his chariots. The Edomites surrounded him and his chariot commanders, but he rose up and broke through by night. To this day Edom has been in rebellion against Judah.

Libnah revolted at the same time, because Jehoram had forsaken the Lord, the God of his ancestors.  He had also built high places on the hills of Judah and had caused the people of Jerusalem to prostitute themselves and had led Judah astray.

Jehoram received a letter from Elijah the prophet, which said:

“This is what the Lord, the God of your father David, says: ‘You have not followed the ways of your father Jehoshaphat or of Asa king of Judah. But you have followed the ways of the kings of Israel, and you have led Judah and the people of Jerusalem to prostitute themselves, just as the house of Ahab did. You have also murdered your own brothers, members of your own family, men who were better than you. So now the Lord is about to strike your people, your sons, your wives and everything that is yours, with a heavy blow. You yourself will be very ill with a lingering disease of the bowels, until the disease causes your bowels to come out.’”

The Lord aroused against Jehoram the hostility of the Philistines and of the Arabs who lived near the Cushites. They attacked Judah, invaded it and carried off all the goods found in the king’s palace, together with his sons and wives. Not a son was left to him except Ahaziah, the youngest.

After all this, the Lord afflicted Jehoram with an incurable disease of the bowels. In the course of time, at the end of the second year, his bowels came out because of the disease, and he died in great pain. His people made no funeral fire in his honor, as they had for his predecessors.

Jehoram was thirty-two years old when he became king, and he reigned in Jerusalem eight years. He passed away, to no one’s regret, and was buried in the City of David, but not in the tombs of the kings.

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