When I saw the title “God do you like me?”, that made me think. Like me? I know God loves me, but like me? Over the years I learned to “Stay in the flock” with other believers, “Take care of one or two little goats” (not try to do everything, especially out of guilt) and “stay close to the Shepherds tent” (leaning into Jesus and learning His ways). Understanding that the Godhead planned me from the beginning is a mind blowing concept that started a long understanding of Intimacy with my Creator. In the “School of prayer”, I struggled with the intimate relationship with God and baring my soul. It led to a breakthrough and the breaking of a lifelong stronghold. “More” has and is a challenging experiential pushing in to things eternal. John’s idea of planning for “after our funeral” just opened up so much “more” than I had ever conceived. The thought of bringing the “Kingdom of God” to earth now, with healings and revelations is exciting.