Standing before the living Lord

If the Lord is truly alive and working in us “what was dead is brought to life” and “what was cold is made warm.” From that point on we no longer speak of Christ as about just someone over there. Better yet we talk to him.  At once there is a place for prayer: frequent, prolonged, and with joy. No one can share the gospel unless the Lord is a living person to whom he or she can pray, with prause and thanksgiving. Only one who has seen and heard Christ can testify about him. So it was with Peter and John before the Sanhedrin. “For us it is impossible not to speak about what we have seen and heard” (Acts 4:20). And our hearts will overflow with joy.