The Fullness of God!
“May you experience the love of Christ, though it is too great to understand fully. Then you will be made complete with all the fullness of life and power that comes from God.” Ephesians 3:19
Glory is to God, our Lord and Father, who has given us the privilege to know Him. God has called us unto Himself by grace, and we have received every spiritual support to know Him and be filled with understanding. It is a great privilege that every believer must utilize, beyond Christ’s basic knowledge; we must seek to know Him more and more.
There are beautiful houses which gives pleasant feelings around us. It’s so amazing that what you saw was the exterior part of the house, and what makes a house is more of what is within. Whatever beauty you beheld through the exterior view doesn’t depict the house’s real beauty; there’s more beauty than the beauty you might have seen. It is not always about the beautiful designs on a book cover; the best of the book is within its content.
Colossians 2:10 says, “And you have been made complete in Christ, who is the head over every ruler and authority.”
The best of God is unveiled; the more we go more in-depth with Him, the more He reveals. He is pleased to display more than what we have seen with our eyes and know about His existence. However, we must come closer to Him for us to see the beauty that lies beneath and the hidden secret that lies in the spiritual realm.
I’m a partaker of God’s Goodness, mercy, and so are you. Each day, we receive His kindness as our daily bread, but there is a depth in the LOVE of CHRIST for us to draw. The deeper you go, the more beauty you behold in Christ. This beauty is that which no one cannot teach another. Everyone who believes receives from God directly, and it all comes through our deliberate hunger for more of Him. Be intentional about going deeper with God today. John 1:16 says, “From His fullness, we have all received grace upon grace.”
1. I pray for an unfailing grace to walk with God.
2. Oh Lord, shape me in your fullness and completeness in Christ Jesus. Amen