One beautiful thing about believing in Christ is that the closer you draw near to Him, the closer He draws near to you. The more deep you go in your relationship with Him, the deeper His power will manifest within you. You will begin to experience the supernatural workings of God and His transforming power within your own life, the closer you draw near to Him.
Many times, when it comes to the supernatural workings of the Living God, we are unable to properly explain it, describe it, or put it into words. For even the prophets of old had a hard time putting the things of God into words, so they often used phrases like, “it was like” (Ezekiel 1).
Guess it makes sense because you see, the True and Living God is not a god of this world, since He created this world. He is not a god of the Universe, since He created that too. No, He is much more greater than that, far beyond our own ability to even comprehend or understand the magnitude of His greatness and power.
And the beauty of it all is that this God, the Creator of Hosts, still chooses to personally reveal Himself to all who seek Him through Christ. Who is Christ? For He is God’s Son, who was in the beginning as the Word, “and the Word was with God and the Word was God (John1).” For all things were created through Christ, even you and I. And it was the Word (Christ), that is, God’s Son, who voluntarily came down from Heaven, born into the body of Jesus, and dwelt among us in order to take on our own punishment as sinners, paying our deserved penalty, death. And it is Jesus Christ who makes it possible for people like you and I, to have a personal loving relationship with the Creator when we make the decision to fully trust in Jesus Christ with our lives.
Although every true believer can say that they know Him, there is not one who can say that they know everything about Him, which is the beauty of it. I absolutely love learning more and more about Him and communicating with Him. It amazes me that a God so holy, righteous, and pure still decides to meet His creation where we are at just to have a relationship with us! For He is a loving God and a merciful God, and a forgiving God. I love Him!
Believer In Christ, what have you learned to love most about our God and Savior?