Behold The Lamb of God.

I believe someone needs to read this, and I pray that you will receive it.“Some people have said that if Christ came back today, He would not be crucified but would be given a glorious reception. Christ does come to us every day in the form of Bibles that we do not read, in the form of churches that we do not attend, in the form of human need that we pass by.” – Excerpt from BGEA Devotional.We are constantly waiting on Christ to intervene, show himself, manifest, etc. “I need you Jesus” has become an empty cliché because, when he does present himself, we choose other things. He is daily offering intervention, salvation, redemption, and rest, to us. We just fail to behold Him.

“Behold the lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world” (John 1:29). Many saw Jesus whom they knew from childhood; but few beheld him as the lamb of God for their salvation.

This Weekend He came in a whisper. Some obeyed and went to church, others decided they didn’t feel like it. He came in church. Some beheld Him through his word and were changed, others went back unchanged. He comes through the many messages from group meetings and media ministries. Some have beheld Him and are rising strong! Others are still oppressed. Some behold him as they daily read His word and pray to transform their minds. Others reject the prompting and never have time to read or pray. Hence, they continue in the same cycles and poor decision making mindsets. But if you are willing, you can behold Him.

Every thing you needed for your salvation and deliverance and empowerment was presented to you today. Why? Because The Lord said, “In the time of my favor I heard you, and in the day of salvation I helped you. Behold, NOW is the time of God’s favor; TODAY is the day of salvation (2 Corinthians 6:2). Even through this post, Christ is coming to you. He is always here, but we must decide to behold HIM.

If tomorrow we end the day as ensnared as we were yesterday, then it is because we rejected Christ when He came to us today; and He did come.

So I urge you, “TODAY, as you have heard God’s voice, do not harden your heart in rebellion” (Hebrews 3:15), for it was for that reason that the isrealites vexed Him and did not enter His rest, though the Lord himself was right in their midst the entire time [read Hebrews 2:7-19].

Behold the lamb of God and obey his voice, and you will be saved from that person, situation, or thing that is besetting in your life.

One Response to “Behold The Lamb of God.”

  1. Pura Liechty says:

    Thanks for this glorious article. One other thing is that nearly all digital cameras can come equipped with a zoom lens that allows more or less of any scene to get included by ‘zooming’ in and out. These types of changes in the aim length are generally reflected inside viewfinder and on big display screen right at the back of this camera.

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