Is God’s personality hard or soft? Is He full-time or part-time? Does He know you? Does He know you well or just a little? Is he proud of you, or sometimes disappointed? Does He love you easily or does He tolerate you?
Does He like you?
Is He a disciplinarian? A judge? Are his expectations of you high or low? Is He here with you, now and always? Or is He busy elsewhere?
What’s He most interested in? Your morality, your performance, your obedience, your sacrifice? Or is He mostly and simply interested in you—your heart, your fears, you—in just being together with you.
No matter who we are, no matter how well we know Him or for how long, we can always seek to know God more. And we must. The Apostle Paul wrote in Philippians chapter three, “My passion is to be consumed with him,” and he wrote “I continually long to know the wonders of Jesus more fully.”
So, let’s allow God to increase the accuracy of your conception of Him. Let’s see if He’ll tell you, or show you, a bit more about what He’s really like, right now. . .