One with our Father
Jesus was life itself for a reason. He was God. As the Son of Man He was one with God. Throughout His ministry Jesus made a big thing about being 'one' with His Father. So should you.
In Christ we are alive in our spirit and energised in our soul
New Covenant is the Key
Living in the old covenant of law and sin consciousness is living separated from your real self and from the real world. Because you are in false separation from God.
In Adam all are dead. In Christ all are made alive. The preaching, teaching and speech of a person for whom Christ is life is more cogent, concise and charged with spirit and life than one who has retained themselves in the old covenant. It’s fair to say that a new covenant person lives a sharper life. But not because they are superior or in some new kind of religious designation. They do what Father and Son are doing because they and Father are one.
THERE IS HEALING FOR YOUR INSIDE
Jesus has undone all forms of separation from God.
‘The Spirit gives life; the flesh counts for nothing. The words I have spoken to you--they are full of the Spirit and life’ John 6.63 NIV.
Jesus spoke words of spirit and life because His spirit was alive. He and His Father were one. We can live a culturally defined life as a Christian and achieve modest gains. We can live as a daughter/son and be a fountain of exquisite life. There’s a difference between being a nice guy and a son of God flowing with spirit and life. One is a pleasant chap and the other as Himself is an expression of the Son of Man. This comes to us not because we are superior or have jumped through any hoops but because we believe. Believing the truth is more energising that believing some truth. The truth is that in this age you are an expression of the Christ and an extension of our Father. You are a son.
Find comfort, joy and adventure every day with a real union with a real God.
You can do better than a church routine, faith in a belief system or a life of self-sacrifice. You can be one with God. Francois Du Toit writes,“God is so much bigger than religious or philosophical debates about him; as much as experiencing him is bigger than religion’s most eloquent definition of him. Someone once said: “A man with an encounter is not at the mercy of a man with an argument.” (1)
The resurrected Jesus is in you and He is you!