Answers to Feeling Unloved

Bible Summary. If you are feeling unloved, it is because you do not love yourself. The Bible tells us that we “... are fearfully and wonderfully made ...”. When you are feeling unloved, the real problem is your relationship with God. You must choose God over any situation or relationship. If you are feeling unloved in a relationship, you need to think on the good things of God to show you the way. If you repent of your sins, there is no reason to feel unloved by God or anyone else. See below for Biblical advise and scriptures for feeling unloved.


Feeling Unloved?


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Feeling Unloved Because You Do Not Love Yourself.

If you are feeling unloved, it is because you do not love yourself. If you are in a loveless marriage, you need to concentrate solely on you. Love yourself because God created you and loves you.

See Scripture Commentary: Psalms 139:14 advises us that we are fearfully and wonderfully made.


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Feeling Unloved Because You Are Out of Step With God.

When you are having feelings of being unloved, you are in a time of transition. This could be problems with your marriage or any of your relationships. The real problem is your relationship with God. You must choose God over any situation or relationship.

See Scripture Commentary: In Deuteronomy 30:19 God tells us that there are only two outcomes in life – one brings blessings and the other one brings curses.

Think on the Good Things of God Versus Feeling Unloved.

If you are feeling unloved in a relationship, you need to think on the good things of God to show you the way. If you need help, God and fellow Christians are here to help you.

See Scripture Commentary: Philippians 4:8 advises us to think on whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just.

Feeling Unloved By God Because of Your Sin.

If you repent of your sins, there is no reason to feel unloved by God or anyone else. You may have committed adultery or lied to someone, but God still loves you. God forgives you the first time you repent of your sins.

See Scripture Commentary: Isaiah 43:25 advises us that He will forgive sin and disobedience.