Without any iota of doubt, we all know that love is supposed to be experiential. For some reason, in the household of God, love have become mere information through cognitive learning. We cram many scriptures into our brain but we are devoid of the spirit and life of the letter in our spirit. Oh, that we can find God, His love, His reality through the guidance of the Spirit. Our hearts will explode, and we will be awakened into our authentic source of that fuller and richer life that domiciled within the triune God
Ephesians 2:4-5 GNTD, “But God’s mercy is so abundant, and his love for us is so great, that while we were spiritually dead in our disobedience he brought us to life with Christ. It is by God’s grace that you have been saved.”
HIS LOVE FOR US IS SO GREAT
Gods love is like a mighty ocean; it never runs dry. His mercies is incomprehensible. When we didn’t deserved to be given a new chapter, living and moving in Him as our life, He stepped beyond the boundaries of justice and showed us mercy. The depths of Gods love is so deep and unimaginable from the plane of the flesh, and due to this limitation, not many in the household of God has tasted or appreciated this liquid love.
The scripture said, “His love for us is so great.” How deep have we explored this great love of God towards us? I bet you, if we capture a glimpse of the divine love in our spirit everything in this world will lose its relevance in our hearts. The love of God is not just great in its nature and essence like a mighty city. The explosion of His love towards us is so amazing.
You can gain access acquiring information about love, and describe it to the whole world, wether in song or speech, and yet be bankrupt in the beauties of that love in your heart. The reason is that, love is experiential rather head knowledge. If His love towards me is great then I must be drowned into that measure in all shapes and form in the Holy Ghost. The Father loves us dearly wether we know it or not. His love is so great towards us, and it behooves us to make a spiritual expedition into it as darlings of His finish work in Christ
WHILE WE WERE SPIRITUALLY DEAD IN DISOBEDIENCE
When man, clothed with shame and rebellion, left the Eden of God; a new civilization of death has been pioneered. We started operating from the plane of the flesh; a departure from the life of God Adam was incorporated into prior to the infamous rebellion to the will of God. Literally it felt like man did not die but the truth is… In his disobedience to God, the full reality of sin an death clothed his spirit, soul and body, reducing him to a mere mortal. He needed the life of God in order to interface with his maker but sin has rendered him dead in every sense. Only love could make us alive. Only love could dispense himself into us in that comatose reality of sin. Even in that state, where our will was under the influence of the enemy of God, the plan and purpose of God towards us, wrapped in His love never ceased. His great love towards us was still great. Unfortunately, we couldn’t embrace His love in death and continued in rebellion, yet He never gave up on us
HE BROUGHT US TO LIFE WITH CHRIST
The purpose of God towards us is to experience His life. The Bible has a common theme of a Father who desires to dispense Himself into man, so we could express His nature and in His likeness exercise dominion on earth. Gods purpose through creation was not to create man to be on his own and live according to his own ambitions. The will of the enemy is to colonize our hearts with his own life, and by doing so, we become slaves to whomsoever we plead allegiance to. Jesus was the ultimate goal of the Father of love to awaken us from death, living from a new plane called eternal life. That eternal life is not in the future. It is the eternal Christ shared with those who believe in Him, to live heaven on earth. Christ is our life because of love. Henceforth, draw from that all inclusive economy in the spirit, given to us by God
In His great love toward us, He saved us from death and made us to be alive in the life of Christ. He brought us into union with the life of the Christ through faith. This is the most incredible hallmark of the fathers love. He did not love us from afar. He came to this sinful world, through the Son of His love; Christ Jesus. And in His crucifixion, burial, resurrection and ascension, we gained a new stature in Him.
We who believed in Him have become the temples of God. That is to say, we are the new vessels from death, filled with the rich and fuller life of God. We are one Spirit with God. That is a new blending into His fullness. We are complete and share the essence of God in our born again spirit. Brothers and Sisters in the Lord, we lack nothing in this new life. We have become new creations of God, who were not born In spite of our disobedience and death, God gave us a new life. A new life is not just a new beginning or a mere pass from one stage to another, but rather an infusion of the immortal spirit into the spirit of men, so we can interface with God on this side of life and more [See 1 Corinthians 6:16, 1 Corinthians 3:16-17, 1 Corinthians 5:17, 21, John 3:16, Colossians 3:1-4]
WHOM SHALL WE GO?
All this couldn’t have happened if God was bankrupt in mercy, and of love and grace towards us. When I think of the mercies, love and grace of God, all I see is the quality of life that burns with passion to touch mankind. I love the words of Peter to Jesus, when they were questioned concerning their allegiance, when others veered off from the path of the living logos, pursuing other things. “Lord, to whom shall we go? These words still echoes into the corridors of our distracted society. “Jesus said to the Twelve, Will you also go away? [And do you too desire to leave Me?] Simon Peter answered, Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words (the message) of eternal life. And we have learned to believe and trust, and [more] we have come to know [surely] that You are the Holy One of God, the Christ (the Anointed One), the Son of the living God.” (John 6:67-69 AMPC)
Oh, living life from heaven, full of grace and mercy. We cleave to you. We stay with you to the end, come what may. Whom else shall we go. What satisfies like you. We have come to know that you are the satisfying wells of salvation. And, Daily, we cast our buckets into you, drawing from the incomprehensible riches of your life