THE FATHER HEART OF GOD FOR YOU:

Posted: November 14, 2012 in Family/ kids and environments, Foundation on "Identities in Christ"

The focus of the parable Jesus spoke “The Lost Son/ the prodigal son”L, the focus was not the son, the focus of this parable is the Father, God as our Father, the Father heart of God.

When the prodigal son came back to the Father, the Father was rejoicing, happy, glad, and was filled with joy much more than the prodigal son. The Father here represents our Heavenly Father. The Father God
is more happy than us when we were lost and found, when we came back to him. The Father God ran to his son, hugged him, clothed him, dressed him, there was a feast and celebrations. God rejoice much more than we our-self rejoice.
The Father God was not just a statue or pillar standing over there. HE MADE A FEAST AND THERE WAS CELEBRATION. These things are figurative speeches of the Father God, who our God is to us.

While he was still a long way off His father saw him:-
– And was FILLED WITH COMPASSION for him;
– He RAN TO his son,
– Threw his ARMS AROUND him
– And KISSED him.

The father said to his servants:
– ‘Quick! Bring the best robe and put it on him.
– Put a ring on his finger and sandals on his feet.
– Bring the fattened calf and kill it.
– Let’s have a feast and celebrate.
– For this son of mine was dead and is alive again;
– He was lost and is found.’
– So they began to celebrate.

There was music and dancing

– Zephaniah 3:17 – The God who take Great delight in You, who quiet/give you rest with His love, who dances over you, Who rejoice over you, who sing songs over you, who rejoices over you with singing.

The Joyful Father, the running Father, the hugging Father, the celebrating Father… that’s the expressions of the heart of the Father God for You. YOU ARE IN THE HEART OF THE FATHER GOD.

Luke15:11-32

May the Love of the Father God flood your soul,
God Bless You
David Chawngthu

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