he hath said, I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee. So that we may boldly
say, The Lord is my helper, and I will not fear what man shall do unto me (Heb.
passage leaves no doubt in our minds about God’s presence with us. We don’t
need to pray and ask God to be with us because these verses show he already is.
If you can’t feel his presence, just confess these verses and thank him that he
is with you whether you sense it or not.
1:9 and Deuteronomy 31:6 and 8 also tell us that God is with us and because of
that we should not fear. So, as you go through your day remind yourself of
God's presence with you, wherever you are and whatever you do and that he is
there to help you.
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Jesus cried out with a loud voice, and gave up the ghost. And the veil of the
temple was rent in twain from the top to bottom” (Mark 15:37-38 KJV). In the
Old Testament only the high priest could enter the holy of holies in the temple
and that only once a year (Lev 16:2). The priest went through the veil that
separated the holy place from the holy of holies. When he did this, he entered
into the very presence of God (Lev 16:2).
Christ died on that cross the veil was broken. Jesus paid the price for our
sins and opened the door of access for us into the very presence of God (Heb
4:16; Eph 2:18).
the Old Testament Moses acted as an intermediary between the people and God.
The word says they were baptized into Moses. (Ex 17:3-6) They trembled at the
awesome presence of God (Ex 21:18-21).
have been baptized into Christ (1Cor 2:3-6) and God the Father dwells in us in
Christ Jesus. (John 17:23) As Gods children we can callout Abba, Father (Rom 8;
15). Abba is an intimate word for our Father, like our children calling us
daddy. What a wonderful picture of free, intimate access to a loving,
forgiving, awesome daddy, with whom nothing is impossible.
on your own with God today and let his love, forgiveness and acceptance just
surround you like a daddy’s arms.
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