• Stephen Hill

The life of a son

The life of a son is very simple. His Father fulfils all his needs. There is nothing he cannot talk to the Father about. He can do nothing of himself, he can only do what he sees the Father doing. The intellectuals, theologians and philosophers have missed it. They are barking up the wrong tree. They are blinded to the wisdom of the heart. You don’t explain God as a concept, you relate to Him as a person. The realm of the Holy Sprit is not accessed by thought or deed. The heart is the doorway to the heavenly world. The childlike qualities of surrender and confidence have free access to the Father’s arms.

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