But he who is joined to the Lord is one spirit with Him. (1 Cor 6:17)
. . . as He is, so are we in this world. (1 Joh 4:17b)
When we become born again (saved), one of those mysteries occurs that the Bible mentions. “What mystery?” you ask. The mystery of our spirit being joined to the spirit of Christ. The mystery that the Bible reveals in 1 John 4:17 that as Jesus is—right now in heaven—so are we (believers) on earth.
How is that possible? That is why it is called a mystery, because we will understand it fully when we are in heaven, face to face with the Lord. Until that day, we trust in this verse by using the gift of faith that He gave to each one of us.
Because we are one spirit with the Lord, we have intimate communion with God through Christ. Our salvation experience has baptized us into Christ. We have “put on Christ.” (Gal 3:27)
Being “in Christ” allows us to experience this new life that we’ve been given in community with all those who are also in Christ. We have fellowship as well as unity.
To my thinking, Jesus, Himself, is the robe of righteousness to which Job 29:14 and Isaiah 61:10 refer. (Rom 8:1; Gal 2:16)
Daily Bible reading will keep us attached to the True Vine. (Joh 15:1-11) The more the word of Christ dwells in us richly, the more fully the joy of Christ will dwell within us.
As you ponder this mystery of being joined to the Lord, take time to thank and to praise God for it. Allow yourself to celebrate and to enjoy the sense of awe and wonder that this living mystery deserves.