The key, then, to a dynamic Christian life even in a time of Isolation is to get to know God and His Word. This knowledge cannot be superficial, shallow or legalistic, in fact many people who are given a list of dos and don’ts give up and say, “There’s no way I can live the Christian life.” In order to understand the keys to a dynamic Christian life, one needs to realise that the Christian life is a life of relationship – it is out of this relationship that God is calling us to come and “ABIDE IN HIS WORD” – he wants us to understand that as mere men we cannot live the Christian life alone. In this month’s devotional series, we see where Paul abides and received Revelation.
TO FOCUS YOU
We want you to know that scripture supports the fact that behind every experience, whether we understand it or not, our God is up to something.
Prayer and the Word of God is the lifeblood of a vital relationship with Christ. Through Prayer we have been given the power of attorney. “I will do whatever you ask in my name” (John 14:13). We cannot possibly experience the dynamic Christian life apart from the power and privilege and exercise of prayer. So, we pray for a closer relationship with our Father as we choose to “abide” in Him who knows all things.
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