Posted by: Administrator | February 26, 2014

Intimate Time with You

Intimate Time with You
by Brenda D. Flowers

“He’s alive! He’s alive!

He’s alive and I’m forgiven.

Heaven’s gates are open wide.”

These words from the song written by Don Francisco are resounding in my memory and in my quiet time.  I reflect on Jesus’ ministry:  His ways of speaking, touching, healing and even reprimanding. . . . always with the heart of His Father’s love paramount! No selfishness was in Him. He spoke and healing happened. He spoke and people were set free. His words were life and hope to those who trusted Him and had faith to come to Him.

A key is the coming to Him. That is why intimate time with Jesus is still so important. He still speaks to the world and one way is through you and me. How do we know what to say without spending time with Him? We don’t and we won’t unless we have our own intimate time with Him.

Just as Jesus went away to spend time in prayer, seeking His Father’s will, we must now spend time in prayer looking to Jesus, our priest and king, to seek God’s will. Jesus will provide direction and will give us words of life to share. Holy Spirit will provide the power we need as we trust and obey.

Thank you, Lord, for these wonderful words: “Delight yourself in the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart.” (Psalm 32:4 NIV)  I pray that my desires are Your desires and bear fruit. Bring joy to our lives even in the challenging times. You healed Peter’s mother in law. You care about families. Please do a mighty work healing, delivering and our families.


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