Access Unlimited

“…God the Father chose His people for a purpose and determined that His purpose would be their adoption as sons and daughters. In giving them all the corresponding rights and privileges – including free and unlimited access to the Father – He has assigned them the same status as Jesus (Ephesians 1:5) The Jeremiah Study Bible; David Jeremiah      p. 1639 http://jeremiahstudybible.com/

 Unlimited access to the Father means …
            We do not need someone else to go in our place. We can confidently approach God.  

Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need. (Hebrews 4:16 KJV)

Unlimited access to the Father means …
            He doesn’t take sick days, vacations, or even sleep. He will not discontinue a line of grace, close shop or go out of business.              

    your Guardian God won’t fall asleep. Not on your life! Israel’s     Guardian will never doze or sleep (Psalm 1201:3-4 MSG)

 Unlimited access to the Father means …
            No disability can limit your access
            No law can ever be passed to limit your access
            No opinion of others can deny you access

 I’m absolutely convinced that nothing—nothing living or dead, angelic or demonic, today or tomorrow, high or low, thinkable or unthinkable—absolutely nothing can get between us and God’s love. (Romans 8:38-39 MSG)

Seeing that we have UNLIMITED ACCESS to the Father
Let us come boldly
And often
To him
Each day of 2014.

Martha Hawn VanCise ©2014 www.signpostsonhightrails.com









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  1. margery s

    I’ve been reading THE JOURNEY by Billy Graham, and just read a chapter on prayer. Your blog really fits in with what he had to say. When I started praying, there were so many people and things to pray about that it took me a long time to stop praying. I believe in the power of prayer and to know that we have unlimited access to God’s throne through Jesus Christ our Lord is amazing. Thank God for you writers who remind us of what we need to remember on our journey each day. Love you, Martha.

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