Fellowship With Jesus


God is faithful, by whom you were called into the fellowship of his Son, Jesus Christ our Lord.
I Corinthians 1:9 (NLT)

When you wake up in the morning, who do you think you are? What purpose do you have for the day? Perhaps you think, “I’m a mother and need to take care of my children.” Or, “I am an employee, I need to get ready for work.” No matter what you need to be or do, Paul challenges you to consider that by God’s grace you have the privilege of fellowshipping with Christ today. If you woke up with that thought, how would that affect the way you plan? What attitude would it give you? What joy would there be in your heart? The truth is that you were chosen by God to fellowship with Him. Jesus desires that you become consciously aware of His presence, actively involved in a dialog with Him. He wants to share in your joys and sorrows, your victories and defeats, your greatest pleasures and most mundane tasks. Today, choose to fellowship with Him. Choose to include Him in your day. Share, pray, meditate, talk to Him. Today, really know that have been called by God to be his own holy person free to fellowship with Him.

Lord Jesus, thank You for Your invitation to fellowship with You. Help me to appreciate and fully understand what that means. Help me today to begin to fellowship with You in more deep and meaningful ways. In Jesus’ name.


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