In to me see

I don’t know who first came up with this phrase but I’m going to borrow it: Intimacy, “in to me see.” God has extended an invitation for us to peer into his heart and see what he is all about. We have the opportunity to draw close to the one who spoke everything into existence and the privilege to partner with him in establishing his kingdom on the earth. “Your kingdom come” is not just a catch phrase. It is a cry for the kingdom of God to supplant everything else. Because when his kingdom comes everything changes for the better. Haggai 2:7 tells us that Jesus is the desire of the nations. This is true even if the nations don’t overtly realize it because, as Bill Johnson likes to say, “everybody wants a king like Jesus.” But it all starts with a passionate pursuit of the one who has invited us into an amazing relationship. It all begins with an intentional desire to know him. He wants us to see what he is doing, hear what he is saying, and reflect both of those in our daily lives. Jesus only did what he saw the Father doing and only spoke what he heard the Father speaking. He lived each day from a place of intimacy with the Father. It wasn’t an afterthought. It was an intentional lifestyle. When we live our lives from this place of intimacy it changes our perspective on everything. We teach because we love. We write because we love. We pray because we love. Everything goes back to love. When you are in love with someone you want to tell everyone you know about that person. We tell others about Jesus because of our love for him. So ask God to let you peer into his heart and then go reflect what you see to everyone you meet.


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