Come closer to Me. I have plenty of time for you. You don’t have to share Me with anyone because I Am infinite. You have all My attention. Open your heart to My love so you can give love.


The more you get with God’s program, the more of the Kingdom He offers you. Kingdom principles are transferrable for every part of your life. This is a Kingdom principle. 

What’s real is, relationship qualifies you for intimacy. You have a different relationship with your spouse than you do with your friends. The level of intimacy is different on many levels because the relationship is different.

Let me tell you about the “in” people. Those people have a relationship with Jesus that other people don’t have. That’s why they have the power of God and other folks do not. Relationship qualifies you for intimacy.

We have to go after a deeper relationship with God. We have to be people who want to know God forward and backward. We need to know Him in every single part of our life – our marriage, family, work, finances, thoughts, and health – everything. We want to be people who love Him and love requires transparency.

Everything in the Kingdom is relational before it is functional. Revelation knowledge leads to invitations and permissions of greater experience with King Jesus. When you begin to know Him as Jehovah Rapha, not only is He your Healer, He is the healing. What God shows you through healing is an invitation to experience Him in that way. That’s how intimacy works.

Do you want permission to know God’s identity, purpose, and destiny for your life? Be transparent with Him. Be vulnerable to the Lord. Chase after Him the way you chased after your sweetheart – with crazy abandon. When you do that, you will qualify for such intimacy with King Jesus that your whole life will be transformed.

And, transformation attracts the eyes of the lost. It provokes them to jealousy. They’ll want what you have. Then, you can tell them about Jesus. Are you with the program? Do you qualify? 

“The Lord appeared to him from far away. ‘I have loved you with an everlasting love; therefore I have continued my faithfulness to you.’” – Jeremiah 31:3