“‘How foolish you are, and how slow to believe all that the prophets have spoken! Did not the Messiah have to suffer these things and then enter his glory?’ And beginning with Mosess and all the Prophets, he explained to them what was said in all the Scriptures concerning himself.” (Luke 24:25–27 NIV)
Hebrew Scriptures reference: Jeremiah 31:31
Hebrew Scriptures reference: Psalm 22:1-31
Hebrew Scriptures reference: Psalm 118:22–24
Hebrew Scriptures reference: Isaiah 61:1–2
New Testament citations: Luke 4:16–21
The Messiah would be born of a virgin
Hebrew Scriptures reference: Isaiah 7:14
The LORD God is pursuing an intimate love relationship with you. He will not end that pursuit until He has accomplished His eternal purpose in your life.
From Genesis to Revelation, we can see God progressively moving closer and closer to the heart of man.
We hear God walking with Adam in the late afternoon in Genesis. He also walked with Enoch, talked to Abraham, communed with Moses and the prophets
Jesus Christ is referred to as the Word of God. He has been with God since the beginning of time. When Jesus came to earth, He dwelt with man in the form of a man. When He ministered and performed many miracles, many men and women got to witness the glory that resided in Him. Now, as children of God, we have a better understanding of Christ and fuller knowledge of the glory He possesses.
Dear God, I thank You for Your Word that was made flesh – Jesus Christ. There is no other Man who could have done what Jesus did for all mankind. Thank You, Lord, that as a result of this great gift, I am able to behold His glory, day in and day out, Amen. May I never take this for granted, Lord, thatImay be focused on You, praying ceaselessly in my spirit. LORD shower Your blessings down on me that I may be Your lamp atop the hill, I pray in Jesus’ name, Amen.