God chose humanity as His vessel in which to be the pioneer to lead humanity away from all sin and death as the absolute best means to an end; the perfect path to redemption! God is perfect, always has been, the great I Am, and He would only choose the perfect answer to this dilemma of humanity needing to be saved from death which would be eternal death for any of us. So therefore the Eternal One became that which required saving, in order to be one of us, a Son of man, The Son, to overcome death as our Leader and Teacher, while also being the glorious One the Almighty; who was and is the only One who could do this and has! All He asks is, we try our best to love Him back; as He truly loves us, and doesn’t want us to perish! He is our Lord, Savior and Redeemer Jesus the Christ! Amen.
God bless you!
Brother in Christ Jesus,
Lawrence Morra III
Another question may have presented itself to the writer of Hebrews’ audience. If Jesus is superior to angels, why would He have had to brought low, to take on human flesh, to suffer and die? To, in essence, be humbled—or humiliated, really—be the loss of His heavenly position?
Against the backdrop of God’s ineffable transcendence, God’s omnipotence, omniscience, omnipresence, and absolute sovereignty over the entire universe, the gospel story does not make sense.
Yet, it is nonetheless true.
It Is Fitting
It was fitting that God, for whom and through whom all things exist, in bringing many children to glory, should make the pioneer of their salvation perfect through sufferings.
Hebrews 2:10 (NRSV)
It is a strange saying, at first read, that the pioneer of salvation must be made perfect through suffering.
Perfect? Jesus was already without flaw!
- Jesus was fathered by…
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