In my reading of 1 Thessalonians today, I really enjoyed that Christ in resurrection, is the breath, the pneuma, the Spirit. When we first received Him, He entered into us as this holy pneuma and is now living inside of us. To be in Christ is to be in this resurrection life. Instead of pursuing knowledge and self-improvement, we should be focusing on this life within us and the growth of this resurrection life. As we grow, this life will transform, blossom and mature within us!
- LS of 1 & 2 Thessalonians, p. 78