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Rabbi Schneider - How to Bring God Pleasure

Rabbi Schneider - How to Bring God Pleasure
TOPICS: Rabbi Schneider: Devotions, Seeds of Revelation

Shalom Aleichem beloved ones, peace to you. This is Rabbi Schneider coming to you from the deep forest of Colorado. One of my favorite books in the Bible, and perhaps it's one of yours as well, is the Song of Songs, oftentimes referred to as the Song of Solomon, and I want to focus today on the sixth chapter and the third verse. It's a fairly familiar verse for those that know the Song of Songs. The verse says this, speaking to Jesus, "I am my Beloved's and He is mine". It's about the relationship that we have with our God. I am His and He is mine.

Did you know that you are important to God in such a way that He gets pleasure from your friendship and from your relationship with Him? Think about it, I am His, I am my Beloved's and He is mine. The Scripture writer starts out saying I belong to God, I am His. You see, God created you and He created me because He wanted our friendship. We exist within God, everything that God created exists within Him, He holds the entire universe together, everything exists within Him and yet, we are separate from Him.

And so God created us, and we are already in Him, but we are unique human beings. And so, we are in Him, yet separate from Him, and the reason that God made us separate from Him is because He wanted a real love relationship with us. And the only way that there could be a real love relationship is if we were separate from Him and had to make a choice to love Him. And so, because we're in Him but separate from Him, it requires a choice on our part to unite with Him. And so, I am my Beloved's.

I want to ask you a question today, Are you making a choice everyday to present yourself to Him, listen now, for His pleasure to be His? When we wake up in the morning, we begin by bringing Him into our consciousness, and then we do things whether it's through prayer, whether it's by reaching out to somebody else, whether it's by spending time in the Word, we do something to conscientiously give ourself to Him because, beloved, we are His and when we give ourselves to Him, we fulfill the reason that He made us. This is Rabbi Schneider beloved, saying I love you, most importantly I feel God saying He loves you. Pass this on to a friend. God wants you to encourage them too. I look forward to being with you, God willing, next week through this mini-devotional, Seeds of Revelation.
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