Siempre habrá personas en el reino de Dios que pueden oír y oír la palabra de Dios mientras no captan lo que está presentado, y por supuesto no muestran la menor gratitud por lo que Dios está haciendo en sus vidas.
Living What We Love — Loving What We Live
Living and loving who and what we are living for.
Overcoming the Dragon — Then and Now!
Practicing — as a way of life — What We Preach
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In this passage we see the unlikely combination of exaltation and suffering. The Servant is crushed but is victorious. He suffers according to God's will. This was no accident. The Servant Himself was a guilt offering. He would die at Passover as the lamb sacrifice. However, the Servant will be exalted. He will have a people for Himself, He will dwell with His people forever, and He does not live in perpetual suffering but lives victoriously, sitting at the right hand of the Father, in glory and honor. This should be a comfort to us today, that Jesus has defeated death and lives to intercede for us!
(Part 3) We all face battles every single day. So, what do we do with them? Run to a Savior who is always victorious. Listen to this message from Psalm 56 to learn how Christ gives us His power for our daily battles.
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Has Jesus spoken a prayer exclusively for His followers? Did our King pray specifically for us alone? Can we acknowledge the Lord for His protection and His constant care for us? What is the key to developing a sound relationship with God? How do we get to really know Him?
For answers to these questions and more, please pay attention to "Eternal Life & Life Eternal" taught by Pastor Jamie.
We are here seeing the Prophet speak mainly of a coming time for the victorious saints of God to increase in strength and overcoming all obstacles, dressing in festal robes to enter into the celestial city. Where there will be no sinners, that highway to Holiness, wherein the saints are increasing in putting on Jesus, walking and ruling on earth as our God endues us with power from on High.
We are possessed of hope as an anchor of the soul. This hope allows us to see beyond the veil; it is a hope that will sustain us in the midst of the fiery trials of life. While it is true that fear is a powerful foe; it is also true that in the end is nothing but a toothless lion. As humans, our greatest danger is separation from God. But this has been removed in the sacrifice of Jesus, and understanding that death itself is powerless to harm us grants us peace and power to endure and emerge triumphant.
Because Jesus rose again, we rejoice that He became the Triumphing King who rescued us, reigns over us, and prays for us!
The King is to sit at the right hand of God, a picture of victory. (v.1-3)
The King is also a priest, another picture of victory. (v.4-7)
Jesus is the triumphing King-Priest, Our Risen Savior!
Applying: What relevance does the resurrection have for us?
How was Jesus declared to be the Son of God? Rom. 1:3-4
To know that David's Lord can also be David's Son. Mk. 12:36
Our priest saved/prays for us! Heb. 5:6; 7:17, 21; 8:1; 10:11-13