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ARE YOU SPEAKING TO YOUR FATHER IN HEAVEN LIKE JESUS DID ?

ARE YOU SPEAKING TO YOUR FATHER IN HEAVEN LIKE JESUS DID ?

Dear brothers and sisters, often times in the way we speak to our Father in Heaven we find ourselves begging Him to do something on our behalf. But when we study the language of Jesus towards Heavenly Father His language was very direct, with boldness, as if He knew He was praying according to His Father’s will, as if He knew Father was personally attentive to His every word or request and as if there was a sense of security and assurance with which He could relate to His Father. One of the main reasons Jesus came to earth was to show how we can relate to our Father and that Father loves us just the same way as He loves Jesus. When we grab hold of this revelation our way of relating to our Father in Heaven will absolutely transform. We have been given a sure place in our Father’s heart and He loves to hear us speak to Him. The shift of boldness towards our Dad is reflective of the closeness you have with Him and the comfort levels you think you have with Him. As far as He is concerned He has already opened the access to you and lets you decide how much closer you want to get to Him. Therefore be encouraged to reflect on the way that Jesus related to Father in Heaven and let that transform the relationship you have with Him to an even deeper dimension. The best thing to have on this earth is relationship with this great Father in Heaven.

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