Revelation 3:20 "Behold, I stand at the door and knock; If any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to Him, and I will SUP with him, and he with ME" (Emphasis mine)

"Whatsup" or "whasup", that's what my kids always would say to me years ago.   "Hey dad, WHASUP?"  It's a combination of two words, what's and up.  Recently  a beautiful family from a church that I had been privileged to preach at, invited me to their home for "supper".  What a very special family who loves God with all of their heart, and whose children are loving and serving God.  When I got their invitation, it said, "We would love to feed you and to spend time with you, it would be such a blessing".  That really got my attention.  It was such an honor to sit together at that dinner table, eat Italian food, fruit, dessert, coffee and talk together, sharing Jesus for almost four hours.  I left there so blessed!  Not only was the food amazing, but the time spent together was even more amazing.  I was the one blessed!

In Revelation 3:20, Jesus gives an invitation to a grace meal.  It's not forced, but invited.  The choice of grace is never a forced choice, but Jesus says, "If you want to, we can eat together, and talk together, because I really, really would like to spend time with you". 

The word "sup"  is an Old English word that means to eat together.  In the Jewish culture, and Jesus was Jewish, to eat a meal meant that you were in covenant with that person, and accepted.  Here, Jesus introduces a new covenant called grace, by inviting us to eat or to "sup" with Him.  Not only that, but on this side of the cross, in this new covenant, He, JESUS, comes into our house, into our spirit, we are now temples of the living God!  So, say "Yes" to the invitation of grace.  He wants to seal this grace in your heart!  Enjoy!  Come ready to eat a grace filled meal.  WHASUP?  An invitation of grace!