Fellowship With God

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“He that loveth me shall be loved of my Father, and I will love him, and will manifest myself to him.” — John 14:21.

The Three Persons in the Godhead are The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit.

God desires to reveal Himself as a Person. Each one of us is an individual, and we each come to know God in a distinct, personal way. We each have different life experiences, and relate to God based upon who He has revealed Himself to be to us. God will reveal Himself to us as a Person, and delights in being discovered and found by us. It is our holy calling to enter into fellowship with Him.

God greatly desires this relationship with man. But sin has come between man and his God. Even in the Christian, who thinks that he knows God, there is often great ignorance, and even indifference, to this personal relationship of love towards God.

People believe that at conversion their sins are forgiven, that God accepts them so that they may go to Heaven, and that they should try to do God’s Will. But the idea is strange to them, that even as a father and his child on earth have pleasure in fellowship, so they may, and must, daily have this blessed fellowship with God.

God gave Christ His Son to bring us to Himself. But this is only possible when we live in close fellowship with Jesus Christ. Our relationship to Christ rests on His deep, tender love towards us. We are not able of ourselves to render Him this love. But The Holy Spirit will do the work in us. For this, we need to separate ourselves each day from the world, and turn in faith to The Lord Jesus, that He may shed abroad His Love in our hearts, so that we may be filled with a great love towards Him.

Dear soul, meditate quietly on this thought. Read the words of Christ in John 14:21, “…he that loveth me shall be loved of my Father, and I will love him, and will manifest myself to him.” Take time to believe in this personal fellowship. Tell Him of your love.

Say to Him: “Lord, You have loved me dearly. Most earnestly do I desire to love You above all.”

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