Savor the Time Alone with God
Savor the alone time with God.
And when he had sent the multitudes away, he went up into a mountain apart to pray: and when the evening was come, he was there alone. Matthew 14:23
It’s just something about that alone time, the quality time with God not rushed neither hindered by anyone nor anything. The time and space where God is first and priority. We are blessed and blanketed in the presence of alone with God. Jesus sent people away and even made the choice to go away from those closest to him to be with God, alone.
If Jesus made it important how much more should we? Who do you have to dismiss or get away from to be with God?
Being alone with God:
•Allows you to hear Him
•Gives you clarity
•Liberty to be vulnerable
•Fashions you for a blessing
Here, alone with God you can worship Him without being cutoff or calmed down in order to move to the next section of service. You can praise and dance right up out of your clothes before Him like David, cry aloud like Hannah without masking it inside of you or be judged or feast in the Word of God to your heart’s content.
Alone Time is Amazing. Ask them.
Hannah was consistent with her alone time with God (year after year) in P.U.S.H....praying until something happens, and He blessed her with a son. 1 Samuel 1:1-17
•Adam. Adam was specific with his alone time (he met God in the cool of the day). He spent so much alone time with God, God said he should have a helper. Adam went to sleep and woke up with a wife.
•Moses. Moses received an assignment, clarity and direction while alone with God.
•David. David praised God like tomorrow wasn’t coming in his alone time with God.
•Mary. Mary went from prostitute to public relations manager being alone with Jesus.
John 4:28-30, 39
Paul. Paul went from executioner of the church to apostle in one moment of being alone with God.
•Esther. Esther received kingdom strategy while fasting in her alone time with God.
Esther 4:15; 5:4,8; 7:1-6
We can bless God by spending alone time with Him. He desires us to come boldly before the throne. Savor that time.