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Verse of the Day: Hebrews 12:2 KJV

Discussion in 'Daily Devotionals' started by D4L, May 26, 2019.

  1. D4L

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    How surprising and profound, that the word "joy" is inserted in that verse. IN the midst of all that He suffered and in such inexplicable ways, He saw the utter "joy" that awaited Him that He kept His eyes set upon.

    May we be able to do the same.

    God bless you, brother.
     
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    Only Jesus could see the joy the awaited him knowing the pain and suffering that also awaited him. In Christ alone!
     
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    Yes, He was able to see beyond that temporal inexplicable agony, to see what lay beyond it. This comes to mind:

     
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    Amen. He was not only fully man, but fully God capable of seeing and understanding all. In Christ alone!
     
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    Amen!!! Praise God that He was!!!
     
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