Christ Crying in Me

"Please listen to me.  Turn to me that I may give you everlasting life in my heavenly kingdom."

“Please listen to me. Turn to me that I may give you everlasting life in my heavenly kingdom.”

The other day, I considered how God is present amongst us and in us and how so many do not acknowledge Him and do not listen to Him and do not respond to Him.  And, if we dwell on this reality, and keeping in mind the deeply-intense love which the Lord, Jesus Christ has for each and every one of us, and how He knows what will happen to those who, in their free will, do not acknowledge, listen and respond, then we can be that conduit through which He cries when He is in our hearts.

Many might say, “God has no emotion.”  But we all believe and know that the Lord is True God and True Man.  In his glorified humanity, He has emotion.  He can cry in us.  If you let Him cry in you, then you will also let Him laugh and smile in you.  This is true intimacy.

 Remember his love for the children of Jerusalem:  “As he drew near, he saw the city and wept over it, saying, ‘If this day you only knew what makes for peace—but now it is hidden from your eyes.'”

~ Gospel of Luke, 19:41-42, New American Bible

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9 responses to “Christ Crying in Me

  1. sentimental and unbiblical..

    you also need a proper bible KJV / AV 1611

  2. Do you think that you are God or something..

    • No.

      • So where does all this ” Christ crying inside you ” come from then ??

        • Francis Philip

          Well, it comes with building up a relationship, daily, with God through prayer and striving to live a life which is pleasing and inviting to God.

        • spookchristian

          Scripture ??

        • Francis Philip

          Scripture is a given, of course. One can advance via “Lectio Divina.” One must go from Scripture to living and communing and back to Scripture again. But, as the Apostle John captured so very well in his Gospel (Jn 21), we don’t capture everything about Jesus Christ in the Scriptures…it would be impossible. And, we especially do not capture how it is that He and the Father can come and “live” with us according the Scripture. Read the Gospel of John, chapter 14. But, at some point, one can advance further in his relationship with the Lord – beyond just reading Scripture. Exactly how is a mystery.

        • spookchristian

          Lectio divina so called, is witchcraft.
          I have done a posting on it,

          I really dont think you know what you are talking about.

        • Francis Philip

          And so I will keep you in my prayers today. May God give you healing, light, a heart of actual love, and rest.

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