The great antidote to a trouble heart

The greater works of the servants on and for whom the Lord works (JOHN 14:12). We need to remind our self that as poorest Christian who can go to a brother soul, and by word of life can draw that  soul to a Christ whom it apprehends as dying for its sins and raised for its glorifying, does a mightier thing than it was possible for the Master to do by life or lip whilst he was here upon earth “…we proclaim to you the One who existed from the beginning whom we have heard and seen.We saw him with our own eyes and touched him with our own hands.He is the Word of life”. 1JOHN 1:1

However, for the Redemption had to be completed in act before it could be proclaimed in word “the Word became flesh, and lived among us.We saw his glory, such glory as the one and only Son of the Father, full of grace and truth”.JOHN1:14; and Christ had no such weapon in his hands with which to draw men’s souls, cast down the high places of evil as we have when we can say “…we testify unto you that the Son of God have died for our sins and is raised again according to the scripture..” for example: “ for the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh, but mighty before God to the throwing down of strongholds.” 2 CORINTHIANS 10:4.

Nor need i do more than remind you of he comparison, so exalting for his humility and so humbling for our self-exaltation between the narrow sphere in which his earthly ministrations had operate and worldwide scope which is given to his servants ; this is an anointed commission for excellent greatest achievement. “…Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” MATTHEW 28:19

Paradoxical as it is the scriptures plainly affirm that Jesus both knows all things as God and doesn’t know all things as Man. For the unique two-natured, singular person of Christ-this is no contradiction, but peculiar glory of God-man.

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