—3 of them in His inner circle
—only 1 who leaned on His bosom (the place of the heart, the seat of Jesus’ love).
John saw Jesus’ miracles, signs and wonders, but instead of just standing in awe, he drew near to the Lord. He leaned on the love beneath it all. John called himself the disciple whom Jesus loved (John 13:23) because he knew Jesus came—in love; called John to follow Him—in love; healed and delivered the oppressed—in love; was even judged on a cross, in our place—in love.
John leaned on that love, the greatest miracle, sign, and wonder. He cherished it and counted on it. And so should we today.
This is love: not that we loved God, but that he loved us and sent his Son as an atoning sacrifice for our sins. 1 John 4:10, NIV
Thanks for reading my post. I hope you’re encouraged!
Encourages women to move past the limits of their relationships with their fathers to find identity, acceptance, and unconditional love in the ultimate DADDY-daughter relationship with God.