Jesus entertained no desire whatsoever to prove his superiority to his followers by statements such as: “I do only what I see my Father is doing. I always do the things that are pleasing to my Father. If you have seen me you have seen the Father. The Father and I are one. I can do nothing of myself” On the contrary, those proclamations were meant to prove His commonness and that God is a common God whose life finds its glorious expression in common people. As an example of us His intention was to stir us to the same faith He expressed. Jesus said: “Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls.” Humbleness finds its final definition is Jesus’ proclamations about His oneness with the Father. “Learn to live in my reality of truth and you will find true rest.”
Welcome to the site and thanks for joining me in exploring God's infinite love and grace.
My schedule do not allow for lengthy discussion or lengthy elaborations on my posts. If they bless you that is wonderful. If not leave in peace. Inappropriate comments will be deleted.
Desire and Faith
Crossing the River
- 139,620 hits
Patti Renwick on Death Lost its Sting Cindi P Estep on Death Lost its Sting Patti Renwick on Death Lost its Sting Ben Williams on Death Lost its Sting Ole Henrik on The Government Shall Be on His… Ole Henrik on What a Wonderful New Life Kim on What a Wonderful New Life Gerald Rowell on The Government Shall Be on His…