Salvation unveils this beautiful revelation. You are one with God, in Christ, by the power of the Holy Spirit. Paul said a most remarkable thing to the Galatians in chapter 2, verse 20. You have been (past tense) crucified with (co-crucified with) Christ. You no longer live (ponder the ramifications of that) but Christ lives in you. (Christ within you is the greater force of life) He didn’t just die and resurrect for you. He died and resurrected as you. Now if that’s the case, then the work that you’re anticipating in surrender is best accomplished from a place of rest. That is, being at rest in the totality of the finished work of the cross. Rather than strive to do, surrender to be who your Father believes you are, and see if the truth of your authentic identity doesn’t embrace you. From a place of empowered surrender to the love of God, the creative possibilities are endless, and your life will never be the same.