SEE HIM AS GOD WANTS TO BE SEEN
Deep down, we all yearn to be close to God. But since our relationship are formed by pour perceptions, we can not enjoy intimacy with Him until we see God as He really is, the way God longs to see Him.
Keep an open heart that is willing to be transformed by what He reveals of Himself to us. Understand that He can only be known as God chooses to reveal Himself. Look for glimpses of Him in nature, the Bible, and the life of His Son, Jesus. Realize that we can not know all of Him exhaustively and live, but we can see what God wants us to see with complete accuracy. Understand that His revelation to us depends on God relationship to us, if the Holy Spirit resides in us, we will see more of Him than those who are not connected to God through Christ and the Spirit. Decide to seek Him passionately. Tell God that we long to know God better. Spend time with God in prayer.
God’s promise to help us in our lives here on earth and in heaven, and through Christ role as creator and mediator between God the Father and His creation. Respond to His goodness by repenting of our unbelief and ingratitude, resting in God’s goodness when we encounter adversity , and taking risks to follow where He leads us.
Prophet Manasseh Jordan believe that God’s love is an unconditional gift; we can not earn it. God does not love us because of what we do, but because of who God is. He loves us enough to discipline us when God sees our suffering because of wrong choices, but God never stops loving us when we make them. He wants the absolute best for us. God stands ready to provide whatever it will take for us to enjoy an abundant life. His thoughts, intentions, desires, and plans are always for our own good and never for our harm. God is kind, open, approachable, frank, and eager to be our friend. He emotionally identifies with our pain, joy, hopes, and dreams, and has chosen to allow our happiness to affect His own. Submit your prayer request and Prophet Manasseh Jordan will pray over it for you.
“God is faithful, by whom you are called into the fellowship of his son, Jesus Christ our Lord.” (1 Corinthian 1:9)