Make Yourself Vulnerable to God

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Because we are in Jesus and He is in us, we are learning the lifestyle of the power of THE ONE with the one. Jesus is the catalyst for all our spiritual development. “In Him we live, and move and have our being” (Acts 17:28).

That means we are completely open to all the fullness of God in Christ Jesus. “Of His fullness have we all received, and grace upon grace” (John 1:16). Our goal in life with God is to reach such a saturation point that as God continues to pour Himself out on us so we overflow to all around us.

Fullness denotes a profusion of life, blessing and favor. Enough for ourselves and the people group to whom we are sent. It depicts a completion, a wholeness, and extensiveness in the loving-kindness of God that compels people to know Him. We become His visual aid in the Kingdom. We resonate with His voice in the earth. We, His body, demonstrate His abundance in all our earthly connections (Ephesians 1:23).

We come to the place of absolute truth as we learn to know the love of Christ, which surpasses knowledge, and are filled up to all the fullness of God (Ephesians 3:19). It is our daily privilege to make ourselves vulnerable to God’s fullness, knowing that He loves to fill all in all with Himself. Whatever we need to become like Christ is fully accessible and available only in fullness. Christ is applicable everywhere, every time. When we make ourselves vulnerable to God’s passion for us, then our delight in Him is the fruit. We learn the joy of attending on God.

One person plus God has all the power and authority necessary to overcome. We are vulnerable to the Christ within. We are not vulnerable to the enemy at all, unless we choose to be.

-an excerpt from Keys to Brilliant Focus


If you’ve had an experience of God’s fullness that has impacted your life or shifted your understanding of the Kingdom, please share it with us! We love to read your testimonies, and we love to share them with others; your story could be exactly what someone needs to hear for their own revelation of God.

If you would like to share your testimony with us, please send it to support@brilliantbookhouse.com

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