God’s Gift to You

Jesus also did many other things. If they were all written down, I suppose the whole world could not contain the books that would be written. John 18:25

Can you imagine? All the disciples getting together and telling the story of Jesus’ life as they remembered it. I wonder how much revelation they had as they remembered him telling them this or that. It all made sense when they looked at it from where they had arrived. Isn’t that how it usually is?

How many things have you gone through in your life that was confusing at the time, but looking back at it, you had so much clarity! It’s mind boggling, isn’t it? But it’s so like God to hide the obvious until a time and a season when it means the most to us.

I wonder how many pages could be written of the things I’ve done in my lifetime, the things that count for Christ, that is? The fact is–and I’m being real here–the only thing of value in my life is Jesus Christ. If I’m not reflecting what I know on the inside, as He did when He was here in the earth, then knowing me would hold no significance. It’s only if the story of my life is worth reading, therein holds the value.

Jesus knew who His Father was, He knew what was His to access. He knew that whatever He asked, He could have it. He knew that all power and authority in heaven and on earth were His and He knew how to use it. And when He left to return to His Father, he gave it all to us. ALL.

Now you understand that I have imparted to you all my authority to trample over his kingdom. You will trample upon every demon before you and overcome every power Satan possesses. Absolutely nothing will be able to harm you as you walk in this authority. Luke 10:19 TPT

Do you see that? So we too must know our authority and how to walk it out as we live in the earth. It was His parting gift to us. I hear Him saying, “Know the Father as I know the Father so that you can do what I do and be me in the earth!”

You’re a Gift,

Sandy G

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