Experiencing Christ

The Speaking Christ in Us

Joh 14:15  “Loving me empowers you to obey my commands. 

Joh 14:21  Those who truly love me are those who obey my commands. Whoever passionately loves me will be passionately loved by my Father. And I will passionately love you in return and will manifest my life within you.” 

Joh 14:23  Jesus replied, “Loving me empowers you to obey my word. And my Father will love you so deeply that we will come to you and make you our dwelling place. 



The living Christ within us speaks constantly. He will never stop speaking. Due to the fact that we are still in a situation with so many negative things, most of the time this living Christ speaks just one word—NO… A sister may say, “I’m going to the market to buy a pair of shoes,” and the Lord says, “No.” A brother may desire to talk to a certain person, and the indwelling Christ says, “No.” If we keep the Lord’s Subjective commandments, we shall be loved by the Father and the Son, and the Son will manifest Himself and His life to us. Tell me, according to your experience, when the Lord spoke the word “no” to you and you obeyed Him, what was the result? You found yourself immediately in the presence of the Lord. But if we do not care for that little word “no,” we shall lose His presence. Whenever we listen to His speaking and keep His commandments, His presence is immediately intensified and becomes so sweet, precious, watering, strengthening, enlightening, and nourishing. This is the manifestation of the indwelling Christ. You may ask, “Since He indwells me, He is already here. Why do you say that He will manifest Himself?” Because the indwelling Christ quite often disappears. Although He indwells you, whether or not He appears or disappears from your inner sense depends on whether or not you listen to His words.

Thought Of the Day:

The living Christ within us speaks constantly. He will never stop speaking. Due to the fact that we are still in a situation with so many negative things, most of the time this living Christ speaks just one word—NO… If we keep the Lord’s Subjective commandments, we shall be loved by the Father and the Son…But if we do not care for that little word “no,” we shall lose His presence.

Prayer Confession:

Loving Father I thank you for this Life Lesson to know that there is a Speaking Christ in me. Help me not to Quench the living Voice of the Spirit, and obey His subjective Commands.

Further Scripture Reading:

Joh_6:56; 1Jn_2:24

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