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Daily in Your Presence - Dec. 28

  • 2010 Dec 28
  • COMMENTS

Day 363

MOST HOLY PLACE

Behind the second curtain was a room called

the Most Holy Place.

Hebrews 9:3

FROM THE FATHER'S HEART
My child, just as My high priests in Scripture enjoyed sacred moments in the Most Holy Place, I treasure our time together daily. You are free to come and go as you wish. No curtains separate us now. Only sin can break the fellowship, but your sonship is forever. Guard our time, My child. I am your Most Holy Place now. I deserve the best, and I want all of you—mind, body, and spirit. I want to know that you and your heart are really "there" with Me.

A GRATEFUL RESPONSE
In that quiet spot each morning, Lord, where I come to share my heart, You wait expectantly.  You are the Most Holy Place, a sacred dwelling place now open for all to enter.  Thank You for tearing the curtain down, the past barrier to our fellowship. Thank You for inviting me into Your presence. Lord, if You gave me access to Your most private room, surely I can entrust the keys to the rooms of my heart to You—including all the secret places.

SIMPLE TRUTH

Children love to hear the sound of their Father's voice.

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