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"For it pleased the Father" resonates profoundly with believers, encapsulating the ultimate spiritual longing of all true followers of God. These words were spoken about Jesus, who, in all His actions, brought delight to the Lord. Every step Jesus took, every word He spoke, pleased the Father, fulfilling divine purposes with unwavering obedience.

In Colossians 1:19-20, we glimpse the depth of this divine pleasure: "For it pleased the Father that in Him all the fullness should dwell, and by Him to reconcile all things to Himself, whether things on earth or things in heaven, having made peace through the blood of His cross."

To attain a deeper revelation from God, focus unwaveringly on Jesus and prioritize imitating His ways.

This challenging endeavor is pivotal for gaining a profound revelation from the Father. Jesus, in His earthly sojourn, faithfully executed the Father's will, spending intimate moments in His presence. His ultimate sacrifice opened the door to the Father for all of humanity. While we are spared the physical agony of the cross, embracing Christ necessitates crucifying the self – a spiritual transformation essential for entering into the divine embrace. This crucifixion of self is not a mere metaphor but a profound spiritual truth, signifying the surrender of our ego and desires to fully embrace the teachings and essence of Christ in our lives.

You may find an expounded version of this lesson within the stream below starting at the 1-hour 31-minute mark:

Imitating Jesus in our daily lives is a transformative journey that requires intentional effort and genuine commitment. Here are practical steps to better focus on imitating Jesus:

  1. Study His Life: Dive deep into the Gospels to understand how Jesus lived, the way He treated others, His compassion, love, and humility. Regularly reading and meditating on His teachings provides a foundation for imitation.

  2. Prayer and Reflection: Spend time in prayer, seeking guidance from God to help you emulate Jesus. Reflect on His life, actions, and words, asking for the strength and wisdom to live in a similar manner.

  3. Practice Love and Compassion: Love others unconditionally, just as Jesus did. Show kindness, empathy, and compassion to everyone you encounter, regardless of their background or beliefs.

  4. Forgiveness: Forgive those who wrong you, just as Jesus forgave. Holding onto grudges and resentment hinders your ability to reflect His character.

  5. Humility: Cultivate humility in your interactions. Put others before yourself and avoid arrogance and pride. Jesus exemplified profound humility in His earthly life.

  6. Serve Others: Actively look for opportunities to serve others without expecting anything in return. Volunteer, help the needy, and support charitable causes, following Jesus' example of selfless service.

  7. Practice Patience: Develop patience in your interactions with others. Jesus displayed immense patience, even in challenging situations.

  8. Practice Self-Control: Exercise self-control over your emotions, desires, and actions. Resist temptations and cultivate discipline, reflecting Jesus' self-mastery.

  9. Be Authentic: Be genuine and sincere in your interactions. Avoid hypocrisy and show authenticity, mirroring Jesus' authenticity and truthfulness.

  10. Community Involvement: Engage with a supportive Christian community where you can learn, grow, and hold each other accountable in your journey to imitate Jesus.

  11. Regular Reflection: Periodically evaluate your thoughts, words, and actions. Reflect on how closely they align with Jesus' teachings and make adjustments where necessary.

  12. Continuous Learning: Stay open to learning and growing. Read Christian literature, listen to sermons, and engage in discussions to deepen your understanding of Jesus' teachings.

Remember, imitating Jesus is a lifelong process. Be patient with yourself, seek God's guidance, and allow His Spirit to transform you into a reflection of His Son's love and grace.

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