Jesus: The Great One Who Stoops Low
God gave humans dominion over all of creation; but sin interfered with the fulfillment of His command. In solidarity with man, however, Jesus stooped low to conquer sin and death through suffering. Because of His perfect sacrifice, we have confidence that we’ll be redeemed and restored to God’s intended purpose for us—but only if we accept Jesus as Lord and Savior. Will you marvel at Christ’s glory, find comfort in His humble condescension, and press on in His victory?
Topics: Christ as Priest, Humanity of Christ, Jesus Christ, Propitiation, Security in Christ
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