Friday, March 4, 2016


2 Peter 1:2
2 Grace and peace be multiplied unto you through the knowledge of God, and of Jesus our Lord [KJV]

Sandra did not know that her father was once a footballer until her wedding day. It then occurred to her that there could be many other things she does not know about her father. But she was sure that even though she may not know everything about her father, she knows him.
From her relationship with her fiance, she had learned that knowing a person is superior to merely knowing about the person.

Grace is very powerful. It turns an ordinary person into an extra ordinary person. Today’s Bible text reveals that your grace increases as you know God more and more.

Many people know about God: they know that God is powerful and loving; they know that God is jealous over them and does not want them to worship other gods. But many people have not come to truly know God.

Knowledge of God comes by relationship and experience of fellowship with Him. This is what the Holy Spirit living within you provides- the sweet fellowship of the Holy Spirit (see 2 Cor 13:14).

The more you know about a good person, the easier it will be for you to have a smooth relationship with that person and know Him. Studying the Bible and listening to God’s word will help you know more about God, and this will pave way for a deeper and more intimate relationship with Him. Another thing that paves way for knowing God is a deep desire to know Him.

As you go into today, do not be satisfied with only knowing about God. Seek to have a personal and intimate relationship with Him. This is the secret to spiritual power and this is what God wants for all us.
Prayer: Thank God for the privilege He has given you to know Him.
-Pas SD Abraham

YBP: Psalms 18-20
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