Everlasting Love

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Devotional

I Drew You


“And I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto me.” John‬ ‭12:32‬ ‭KJV Christ was crucified to draw you back to Himself. God wants to draw you. In fact, at this very moment God is drawing you closer. God wants to spend intimate time with you. He wants to be close to you. He wants to know you. 


In Matthew‬ ‭7:23‬ ‭KJV‬‬ Christ states, “And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.” Think about the words, “I Never Knew You” coming from the mouth of Christ. These words reveal the heart of Christ — He wants to get close to you. Even though He created you, He still wants to intimately fellowship with you. Submit your heart to Him. Surrender your ambitions, plans, desires and concerns to Him. Let God lead your path. 


He Loves you with an undying Love. His Love is relentless. In fact, He Loves you so much that He uniquely designed you. There will never be another copy of you. You are His Own true treasure and His delight. Let His Love clothe you. Let His Love cover you. Let His Love heal you. You are His child and He desires to connect with you. 


If you’ve drifted away from God and you desire to connect back to Him, simple say this simple prayer. The Father has been waiting on you to return to Him:


Prayer:


Father God, in the Name of Jesus, I repent of my sin and I turn to You. Father, Your arms are wide open and I surrender to You. Your Love for me is unending and I choose to submit to You forever. 


Father, I believe that Your Son Jesus Christ died for my sin and through His shed Blood, I am free. His Blood is selfless and covers me completely. Father, I turn to You and submit all of my skills, abilities, plans, gifts and talents over to You. 


You are El-Shaddai. You are God Almighty. Your reach is unending. Your Love is unsearchable. Your arms are open wide as far as the east is from the west. I submit to You now and forever. In Jesus Name. Amen. 


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