Experiencing Constant Communion with God

Constant Communion with God by Dennis and Dr. Jen ClarkI found that praying once or twice a day was one thing, but experiencing constant communion with God was quite another.

This kind of communion is about maintaining our spiritual connection with the Lord all day long. We stop seeing our prayer times as being like stops at a gas station to fill our car up, for we are continually being filled with His presence.

Picture what it would be like to be married to someone, but to limit our time together to five or ten-minute spans, once or twice a day.

What if we made our spouse stand on the front porch the rest of the time, patiently waiting until we found a few minutes that were convenient for us to get together? Who would tolerate a relationship like that? Not anyone in their right mind. Yet, that’s a pretty accurate picture of how many Christians treat their relationship with the Lord.

The Bible teaches God’s design for marriage partners to be “one flesh” and describes the parallel with our spiritual intimacy with the Lord:

“He who is joined to the Lord is one spirit with Him” (1 Cor. 6:17).

Instead of being a sporadic on-again, off-again relationship, our communion with the Lord is meant to be 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

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Dennis and Dr Jen Clark About Dennis and Dr Jen Clark

Dennis and Dr. Jen Clark minister together as a husband and wife team. They founded Full Stature Ministries in 1997 and are senior pastors of Kingdom Life Church in Fort Mill, South Carolina. Dennis has been in active ministry for more than 35 years. Jennifer, his wife, holds a Th.D. in theology and B.S., M.S. and Ed.S. degrees in psychology. www.forgive123.com