He’s Just That into You!

Courtesy: guideposts.org

Did you see the movie “He’s Just Not That Into You”? It’s about how girls lie to each other, from the sandpit to forever, explaining mean behave from boys as “oh he only pulled your hair / didn’t phone / mistreated you because he really likes you”. Then when, during the dating years, we gingerly ask a friend “Do you think he likes me?” She’ll always say “Yes!” even if the only evidence of liking is that he and you are on the same planet. And the life-on-hold lie “I know it’s been ten years but he will propose soon!”

The movie is based on a book which gives women some tips on how to read men. These tips include:

×        If he’s not calling you

×        If he’s not dating you

×        If he’s not asking you out

×        If he’s not asking you to marry him

×        If he’s breaking up with you

×        If he’s disappeared

×        If he’s being a selfish jerk

×        If he’s married

Then He’s Just Not That Into You!

If a guy is just not that into you he may still be your friend or boyfriend, he’s just not “twitter-patted” as Bambi tells us and knows you’re not the “one”.

Believe the philosophy of the book and movie or not, but know this –

Jesus is Just That Into You!

Here’s the evidence. Jesus

ü  Made you inside and out and says you are “Very Good” (Genesis1:31)

ü  Better than a knight on a white horse He rescued you – not from dragons but from sin and shame and life horrible (John 3:16)

ü  Loves you with unconditional love that never fails (1 Corinthians 13:8)

ü  Is ALWAYS faithful and will NEVER cheat on you (1 Thessalonians 5;24)

ü  Will never dump or abandoned you (Deuteronomy 31:8)

ü  Wants a relationship with you (John 15:15)

Jesus is mad about YOU!

Think about that today as you do life 🙂

“Yes, I have loved you with an everlasting love; Therefore with lovingkindness I have drawn you.” Jeremiah 31:3

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