Several weeks ago I was carrying my niece in my arms in a service and all of a sudden I felt in a very experiential way tremendous love for her, I started to tear up as the Holy Spirit spoke to me heart „This is the way I love my children“ - and led me to release that into the room - both the revelation and the experience of it, and many felt the Father literally embracing them
(I also was reminded of a book that has that very same title - Experiencing the Fathers embrace by Jack Frost) 

(Céline loves the anointing, for example one time she was walking around and humming quietly „Miracles.. Miracles.. Miracles..“ And when Apostle Neumann was preaching a very convicting message about the importance of telling people the gospel, she made remarks during his preaching „this is so funny“ (das ist so lustig) :-)

As we raise up powerful Revivalists, who will go to war in a sense that we are not afraid of the enemy’s tactics and dont mind a bit of confrontation with darkness and religion, we seek an ongoing grounding in Gods love, as the Master was not only capable of demonstrating the supernatural, He did so with deep compassion for a hurting world and that is the model to follow

At times we can experience Gods love in powerful ways, but God also wants that the experience to transcends into conscious awareness

So much in our walk with God has to do with awareness

Gods love doesn’t change people. I know that’s a shocker for some. But if Gods love would change people, then the world would look differently because God loves everyone with an outrageous and completely pure love! This is why the apostles core message was Repent And Believe. Don’t misunderstand, I believe they also said “God loves you” and we should too.
But looking to Jesus, listening to His Word, repentance, faith, being aware of the fact that God loves us, believing in His love for us, loving Him in return - is what changes us. 

There has to be a connection for transformation to take place.

Here are some powerful ways to cultivate awareness of the Fathers embrace - and He is embracing everyone who identifies in simple trust, with what Jesus did in His substitutionary work 

  1. Spend time in silence before the Lord 10-15 minutes not doing anything, being aware of His love towards you. You can go longer, but 10 min. is very doable for everyone 
  2. Be passionate in worship, pouring out your heart before Him
  3. Meditate on scriptures such as Romans 8:31; Romans 8:37; Jeremiah 31:3. Have lots of scriptures memorized 
  4. Stating out loud affirmations/declarations on who you are in Christ 

All of them require only one thing… laying aside a bit of time each day.

Philipp J. Schmerold - Global Kingdom Mission