Day 11 meditation emphasizes the transfigured saint of God which is a production of the Grace of God.
Paul, in his letter to the Galatians, gives a powerful description of the essence of the grace of God. He writes, “My little children, of whom I travail in birth again until Christ be formed in you” (Gal. 4:9). Paul is giving a vital clue to what it means to be Christian and to help solve the dilemma of struggling believers. Most Christians need simply to return to the basics, the very foundation, of what it means to be Christian to cure the majority of their problems. Day 11 meditation will help you to return to the basics of what it means to be Christian.
Day 11 defines a Christian as one who has Christ formed or is in the process of having Christ formed in his life.
The prayer of Paul for the Galatian saints was that Christ would be formed in them. The verb be formed means to form or the form by which a person or thing strikes, that is, resembles, the vision; the external appearance. A more literal translation of that verse is “until the mind and life in complete harmony with Christ shall have been formed in you.” Paul is defining a Christian as one who has Christ formed, or is in the process of having Christ formed, in his life.
The real question is, “how is Christ formed in the life of the Christian?” The phrase be formed in “Christ be formed in you” is a verb in the passive voice. The subject of the sentence is Christ. In the passive voice, the subject is acted upon. Thus, the subject, Christ, is being acted upon by some outside agent which produces in the outward expression of the believer the right external appearance. In other words, what is the process by which the individual, who has Christ on the inside, becomes a saint so that the world can see Christ on the outside?