I pray that they will all be one, just as you and I are one—as you are in me, Father, and I am in you. And may they be in us so that the world will believe you sent me.
John 15:21 (NLT)
It is a wonderful mystery. God indwelling us, His creation. A God, who is our creator, desires to commune with us and us with Him. We are privileged to have a Spiritual union with Him our Lord and Savior. Dallas Willard speaks of this in his book, Hearing God. He writes. “So God uses our self-knowledge or self-awareness, heightened and given a special quality by His presence and direction, to search us out and reveal to us the truth about ourselves and our world. And we are able to use His knowledge of Himself-made available to us in Christ and the scriptures-to understand in some measure His thoughts and intentions toward us and to help us see His workings in our world.” This is what Paul calls the “transforming of our mind.” You and I get to commune with God. We can talk to Him and listen as well all through the power of the Holy Spirit. Today, invite the Holy Spirit to guide you, direct you and fill you so you can truly commune with God.
Dear Father, how I desire the same thing Jesus wanted for me. I want to be in You. I want a deep, personal, spiritual relationship with You. I pray this in Jesus’ name.
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