Simply and humbly abiding in the “I Am” presence does not mean that you will always be quiet or passive – quite the contrary. Sometimes you will make a joyful noise unto the Lord (Psalm 98). Sometimes tremendous inspiration will well up within you as extraordinary things are accomplished in and through your life. Perhaps you will declare boldly the mystery of the gospel (cf. Ephesians 6:19-20). Perhaps you will live an apparently ordinary life in the strength and power of the Spirit. But whatever you do, you will do it heartily, as to the Lord and not to men (Colossians 3:23 KJV). You will not be looking to complete yourself through external accomplishments. Indeed, you will hardly claim them as your own. Rather, they will be a (super)natural manifestation of the completeness and sufficiency that is found in Christ – that IS Christ-in-you. All that really needs to be done IS done – not in your own strength, but in the spirit and the power of the Lord.
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