Matthew 27: 51“At that moment the curtain of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom. The earth shook, the rocks split,”
There is a beautiful song titled “Take me in to the Holy of Holies”, the very thought of Jesus’s death, so that we no longer can be separated by our sin, for he was our atonement. We can now enter into the holy of holies, in the presence of God through Christ. That song brings me to my knees knowing that what my saviour has done for me (us), every time the Lord looks upon us, He sees His son!
I gaze upon His face, humble and in awe, and his beauty is breathtaking, how amazing it is knowing fully I have been forgiven and set apart, for his purpose to have an intimate relationship with Him through his son.
There is no way I can repay such a debt, for his great love for me, I want to be obedient and follow him, surrender my all to Him. But I’m still fallible, as much as I try to do my best I cannot. It’s the leading of his spirit, the filling daily of His presence, his word and his love. I’m a leaky vessel in need of filling and renewal, I cannot pour out what I do not have within me. How gracious is he to fill me up daily so I overflow, with his love and spirit.
“As I kneel in your presence Lord, humble and surrendered, I bow before you, in such awe and wonder, it takes my breath away.
“I’m so grateful for all my saviour has I done, I could never express in words my great love for you. I am but a wretch, all my good works and words could not begin to express the reverence my heart has for you. May I sit at your feet, may I run to your wings of refuge, hide under your covering and remember all you have done. You are my solid foundation, and I look to the hills daily for your help.
“I am after your heart, I seek your presence, and I bow in brokenness, knowing I cannot do anything without you.
“The blood of Jesus was enough, he has done it all, I now enter into the Holy of Holies, and the curtain has been torn. I no longer am separated from your presence, fill me Lord daily with you! As I worship and adore you, I wait for that final day when you take us all home to be with you, forever and ever, amen.”
Ephesians 2: 4-6, But God, being rich in mercy, because of His great love with which He loved us, even when we were dead in our transgressions, made us alive together with Christ (by grace you have been saved), and raised us up with Him, and seated us with Him in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus.