John 15:4

"Abide in me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit by itself, unless it abides in the vine, neither can you, unless you abide in me"

  " 'Abide in Him.' You did well to come; you do better to abide.  Who would, after seeking the King's palace, be content to stand in the door, when he is invited in to dwell in the King's presence, and share with Him in all the glory of His royal life?  Oh, let us enter in and abide, and enjoy to the full of all the rich supply His wondrous love hath prepared for us!"   Abide In Christ, Andrew Murray 

abide  (Merriam-Webster Dictionary)

verb\ə-ˈbīd\

1   :  to wait for :  await

2   a :  to endure without yielding :  withstand

     b :  to bear patiently :  tolerate <cannot abide such bigots>

3    :  to accept without objection <will abide your decision>