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Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living

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Each daily devotional is about five minutes in duration. We have intentionally developed the daily devotionals around a weekly theme. So there are seven days of devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need.

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by Sis Jean George

Shalom and welcome once again to our episode of Living Supernaturally. Today, we are looking at how we enjoy some privileges of being a child of God, of being the children of God. It is a humbling honor to have access to God, let’s look at this further by reading scripture from Galatians chapter 4 and verse 6, ‘And because you are sons, God has sent forth the Spirit of His Son into your hearts, crying out, “Abba, Father!”’ As a child of God, we have this great privilege because as a result of being His child, we can have a new relationship, an intimate relationship with God, an ongoing access with Him, a deep intimacy with Him. We do not have to run away from God or hide from Him, but instead we can boldly go to Him and call Him, ‘Abba Father’.

As we have seen in this verse, the term that we use, ‘Abba Father’, there are different names in scripture that are used to describe God, but this seems to be the most significant one because of the way that it expresses, the way God relates to us. This name ‘Abba Father’ is one of the most significant names of God and you find it three times written in scripture. This word ‘Abba’ is an Aramaic word that means father and ‘Abba’ is always followed by the word ‘Father’ in scripture and together these terms ‘Abba’ and ‘Father’ doubly emphasize the parenthood, the fatherhood in God, in two different languages but we are assured of His care and love for us as His children. It is a common term that we may use, maybe at our homes, we call our fathers and daddies in some way, and we understand that this expresses affection, it expresses confidence and trust in our father. Abba signifies that close relationship of a father and his child. The bible reveals that, all of creation is under the authority and the Lordship of God, and it will be judged by Him. But it is only the right of a child of God who can call Him Abba Father, and this is something only a born-again Christian enjoys. Now, part of this relationship is that God deals with us differently as family, because of this relationship we have, the access that we have, we have been adopted into a family and we are forever in this family of God. Because of the access we have, we can approach Him at any point of time, we can approach His throne of grace with confidence and receive every help and mercy we need. We also have access to Him directly, we do not need a mediator, we do not need anyone to stand in between us to gain access to Him, our access is effective because the Lord always hears our prayer. What a privilege to know, that you and I can call our God, ‘Abba Father’ and always have access to Him.

Let’s pray together, Heavenly Father, we are in such gratitude to know that you have given us the privilege to come to you no matter what and to come to you like a child to a father, with open arms you receive us. May we, as children enjoy the privilege, we have to approach you, to come to you, to build our intimacy with you because you desire to build our relationship with us, may we do so today, in Jesus’s name we pray, Amen.

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Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week’s theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week’s devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need (https://apcwo.org/resources/daily-devotions ). Also available free sermons (https://apcwo.org/sermons), and free Christian books (https://apcwo.org/books) to nourish and strengthen your faith.

All Peoples Church in Bangalore is a Spirit-filled, Word-based, Bible-believing Christian fellowship of believers in Jesus Christ desiring more of His presence and supernatural power bringing transformation, healing, miracles, and deliverance. We preach the full Gospel, equip believers to live out our new life in Christ, welcome the Charismatic and Pentecostal expressions in the assembly of God and serve in strengthening unity across all Christian churches. All free resources, sermons, daily devotionals, and free Christian books are provided for the strengthening of all believers in the Body of Christ. For further equipping, please visit APC Bible College.


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