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May 14, 2020

May 14th, 20

May 14th, 20

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

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Christ  fills the gaps.  That’s what Paul says.  In vs 10 Paul says,

Night and day we pray earnestly for you, asking God to let us see you again to fill the gaps in your faith.  (I Thess 3:10 NLT)

God fills the gaps.  This journey is so much about God filling us – being filled with God. Apart from God there is emptiness.  We were made to be filled.  And now, through his Spirit we can  be filled.  The gaps can be filled. The place of absence can be filled.  Those unfinished areas in our life can be filled.  But filling is a process. And on top of that, we tend to leak.

Christian, you are now new in Him and filled with Him.  If you are in Christ, than his Spirit lives in you.  But that doesn’t mean that you won’t struggle.  Paul actually says that we are destined for troubles.  Jesus says so too.

I have told you all this so that you may have peace in me. Here on earth you will have many trials and sorrows. But take heart, because I have overcome the world. (Jn 16:33 NLT)

In this life you will have trouble.  But God is here to meet us in those troubles and to fill us, even in the midst of them, enabling us to remain strong in faith. He is able to fill the gaps in our love for one another. And he is able to strengthen our hearts with the realization that we are blameless and holy before him.

Be encouraged today, that God fills you through His Spirit. This can become a deeper reality in your life and you can live with greater joy and greater strength, knowing that God fills the gaps.  You  were made to be filled.  And you can receive that gift even now, even if you’re  going through troubles.  

Let God fill the gaps so that you might learn to love and live deeper in the reality of Christ in you.