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In Love from the Stars, a romance novel from the Over the Edge universe, Violet observes that she feels "entangled" with the hero, Causey Lindo. Entanglement between humans isn't a new concept to fiction, but it is romantic! In the novel, Jane Eyre, the hero, Rochester, tells Jane that he feels an invisible cord connects him to her.
Christians believe that they are "in Christ," connected to Him by the Holy Spirit and entangled with Him so that His death becomes the believer's death, His resurrection becomes the believer's resurrection and believers become joint heirs with Christ and have the power to operate on planet earth in the same way and with the same miraculous power He demonstrated. The "Lord's Prayer" even asks for entanglement to occur, "Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven." That Christians often do not live up to their potential or take advantage of the connection to remain spiritually intimate with Christ does not mean that the ability and power aren't there. The "cares" and pleasures of the material world often distract from spiritual matters.
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