Submitted by: Tim Washington (Bellevue, WA)
I enjoyed days 4 and 5 from Week 2 of the morning revival on ”The Heart of the Divine Revelation”. Both of these days were focused on Christ being formed in us. As I was reading over these portions, various phrases stood out that are associated with Christ being formed in us. I found 14 related points which I would like to share.
”If Christ replaces the self and the world in our mind, emotion, and will, we will have the form of Christ”
”For Christ to be formed in us, we need to let Him occupy every part of our soul: our mind, emotion, and will.”
”To have Christ formed in us is to have Christ fully grown in us.”
”…to have Christ formed in us is to allow Him to permeate our being and saturate our inward parts”
”In order to have Christ formed in us, we need to drop everything other than Christ Himself…”
”To have Christ possess our entire being is to have Him formed in us”
”For Christ to make home in our hearts, He needs to be able to settle down within us. This is to have Christ formed in us.”
”We should let Christ be our thought, our decision, our love, and everything to us. This is to have Christ formed in us.”
”To have Christ formed in us is to have Christ mingled with our whole being.”
”Christ must saturate and permeate us until He is completed blended with us; then He will be formed within us.”
”For Christ to be formed in us means that His element is being constituted into us.”
”Christ’s being formed in us depends on our being transformed into His image”
”To have Christ formed in us is to have the three parts of our soul-our mind, emotion, and will-renewed”
We can pray these point back to the Lord, that He would renew us, transform us, completely blend Himself with us, replace us, constitute us, occupy us, fully grow in us, settle down within us, permeate, and saturate us!” Amen.