Wherever you are, close your eyes, and imagine you are in a wide open field. It's snowing here. The whole ground is covered in a thick powdery layer of pure white snow. You are bundled up and warm, looking up at the sky, watching the snowflakes fall down on your head, your outstretched hands, your shoulders, all around you. Can you feel the snowflakes? What about the ones that are far from you? Can you feel those? As the snow falls in piles around you, do you need to feel it to believe it's there? If you do feel the snowflakes, how does that change the quality of the snow, or does it? Does it make it any more or less beautiful? Now imagine these snowflakes are God's love, falling down, all around you, all the time, covering you, and the whole earth. Can you feel it? If you do or don't, does it make it any more or less real? Does it make it any more or less beautiful? Do you believe it is constantly falling down on you, all around, all of the time? Once you open your eyes, look around, see if you can find evidence of God's love all around you.
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