“… I have called you friends” (Jn 15:15NKJV)

David desired to know God above all else. He used words like longing, yearning, thirsting and hungering. ‘I ask only one thing of the Lord, this is what I want. Let me live in the Lord’s house all my life! (Ps 27:4NCV). Again he said, ‘Your love means more than life to me..! “(Ps 63:3CEV) Jacob’s desire was so intense that he wrestled with God all night, saying, ‘I will not let you go unless you bless me’ (Gen 32:26 NIV) And the amazing thing is, God, who is all powerful, let Jacob win, why? Because wrestling requires personal contact; it brings us close to Him, Paul was another man who was passionate about his friendship with God. (My determined purpose is) … (that I may … become move deeply and intimately acquainted with Him)… (Phil 3:10 AMP) You say, I’d like to have a closer relationship with God but I’m so busy. ‘The truth is you are as close to God as you desire and discipline yourself to be! Friendship with God must become your passion. You must intentionally seek it. That means answering questions like, ‘Do I value it more than anything else? Is it worth giving up other things for? Is it worth developing the habits and skills required? God’s answer to that prayer has always been. “When you get serious about finding me and want it more than anything else, I’ll make sure you won’t be disappointed’’ (Jere 29:13-14TM) (TWFT)

PRAYER LINE: Now none but Christ can satisfy, None other name for me; There’s love and life and lasting joy, Lord Jesus, found in Thee- Mc Granahan



The highest use of your tongue is telling others about Jesus


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *