Image of the Invisible God

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You are what Jesus looks like!

How amazing is that?

Jesus is what the scriptures are all about; and you are what Jesus is all about!

Wrap your mind around that!

All the sin conscious theology that has tripped you up and frustrated your seamless transition from old to new, it’s just the buzzing of good and evil thinking.

Don’t allow an old fallen mindset of some future-tense glory intoxicate you and distract you from the relevance of this moment! The one you are living in now.

Stop pointing to some future Messiah!

You’re it! You are who the prophets pointed to.

You are the fruit of His suffering; you are the glorious resurrection generation. You are His will done on earth as it is in heaven. You are His pleasure, His beloved.

You are the hope of the ages!

Every valley has been lifted up! Every mountain and hill made low; the crooked places made straight, even the rough places smooth!

Every excuse we could have to feel separated from God has been cancelled! There is no distance, no separation!

You are His best idea and you are designed to radiate His image and likeness! He is the true pattern of your being!

So be who you are!

You are whole and in perfect harmony; seamlessly one with Him! You are free to be who you are! Your heart burns for the things His heart burns for. Isn’t that amazing?

It’s the good news!

“You’re a good, good Father… and I’m loved by you, it’s who I am! …perfect in every way!”

Wherever you are, you can join in today, you can access His finished work, you can be one, just as He is one with His Father.

Love you,

Lloyd & Jason


Lloyd Clark
 is an entrepreneur, a former pastor, and writer. He is passionate about being loved by our Heavenly Father and revealing that same love to everyone he meets. He and his wife Mary have 5 children and 7 grandchildren and live in North Carolina.


Jason Clark
is a writer, speaker and lead communicator at A Family Story ministries. His mission is to encourage sons and daughters to grow sure in the love of an always-good heavenly Father. He and his wife, Karen, live in North Carolina with their three children.

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