We Can’t Exhaust His Love For Us

“Then, as your spiritual strength increases, you will be empowered to discover what every holy one experiences- the great magnitude of the astonishing love of Christ in all its dimensions. How deeply intimate and far-reaching is his love! How enduring and inclusive it is! Endless love beyond measurement that transcends our understanding — this extravagant love pours into you until you are filled to overflowing with the fullness of God!” (Ephesians 3:18-19 TPT)

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I had my Sozo two weeks ago. I’ve shared about taking the 6-week course, but I hadn’t explained what the two-hour session is about.

The two-hour session is a prayer-led conversation with the Godhead: God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. Sometimes three people are present with you: One person facilitating, another one praying, and the third one recording the truths the Godhead reveals.

Since I had gone through the course and read the book, I had some understanding of what would occur. (That didn’t prevent me from being nervous, but the nerves left within the first five minutes.) Although we did activations in class where we asked God (or Jesus or the Holy Spirit) lies, renounced them, then received truth, this was a private session.

I was ready. In the past, I hadn’t been. I didn’t want God to remove the bandaids off my life.

Ever watch when a mother takes off her child’s bandaid from their knee? (Seems like the knee is the most common place that gets hurt.) They act as though she’s about to rip the skin off. They cover the bandaid with their hand in protest. “No, mommy, don’t! It’ll hurt!”

As she removes it carefully, they cry as if she tortured them.

Well, that was me. I’d cover the bandaid, protesting to him not to remove it. It’ll expose my wound. For I’ve survived by covering up these painful experiences with comforts where I could ignore or numb the pain.

At times, I’ve let him remove the bandaid, and afterwards, realizing it wasn’t so painful. Then he healed the wound. But I didn’t let him remove it in other areas. So, whenever, he had asked me to remove the comfort, I’d usually try for a few days. But as he’s addressing the pain, I’d feel angry, or helpless, or frustrated. So, I’d stop the pain by embracing the comfort as if numbing would heal it. At least I didn’t have to think about it. Until a circumstance hit the wound and I’d feel the pain again.

Well, I don’t want to live this way anymore. And Sozo is a great tool to allow God to remove the bandaid in a safe manner, then heal the wound.

So, throughout my Sozo session, he kept telling me, “I love you.” After he revealed truths, he usually gave gifts. (They might be symbolic of the truth he revealed. They also show you how intimate he knows you. I’m not sure all the functions, but they’re revealing his love.) He gave me red roses of love throughout the session.

Yet, toward the end, I wondered, have I been love deprived? Have I not believed he loved me before?

It’s never ceases to amaze me how he answers our questions in the most subtle way. His last gift in the session was latch keys set in gold. They were thick with long handles and hanging on a golden keychain. I asked him what they were for. They’re keys to explore His, Jesus’s, and the Holy Spirit’s heart.

This revealed that I always have rooms to explore in them. I’m daily learning and receiving new gifts, truths, and their love. They have places I need to explore that will unlock secrets, solutions, and more of their love for my life.

Since the Sozo session, I’ve walked in freedom in some areas that I hadn’t before. I don’t brood over things as long as I had, realizing that I’m loved no matter what I did right or wrong. And I’m empowered to learn from these experiences.

Sozo is not a one-time deal that fixes everything, but it is a tool that helps you in your intimate relationship with the Godhead. Hopefully you’re able to walk with him even closer because your eyes of understanding are broader.

How about you? Are you opening your heart to him in every area? Are you letting him into your finances, relationships, or your future?

Do you have an area you struggle with? If so, ask him what lie you’re believing about the struggle. Then renounce the lie. This is not truth!

Then ask him for truth. “God, what do you think about this?” Then let him love you with his truth.

You can end with asking him, “What gift do you want to give me?”

For he’s opening rooms in his heart for you to explore. He’s love in inexhaustible and full of mercy, grace, and peace. You can trust him with your heart, knowing that the bandaids over your wounds won’t last. But his love will.

Here’s a link to learn more about Sozo.

Here’s a link to get the Sozo book on Amazon. (No, I don’t receive any kickbacks for purchasing any product through this site.)

Are you letting him love you today? Please share what you’ve discovered when you explored the rooms of his heart. Thank you.


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