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Like Master, Like Servant

Like Master, Like Servant details logo The LORD is near - Wednesday, January 19, 2022
by Jacob Redekop, Brian Reynolds, John van Dijk, Eugene P. Vedder Jr
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Like Master, Like Servant

For it is the God who commanded light to shine out of darkness, who has shone in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ.
2 Corinthians 4:6

Like Master, Like Servant
God takes the bright light that shines in the face of Jesus Christ, and makes it shine in our hearts. He is the perfect answer and character of everything delightful to God. We are in Him, and His character is to flow through us. He has brought us into the light and holiness of the Father’s house; and because of having fellowship with Him, we can turn around and cast every thought and sorrow on Him.

Do all around you perceive, in your ways, such a reflection of Christ’s life that they could not understand you without knowing Christ? Christ’s heart was always in heaven while He was on earth, and everything came forth to Him in all the savor of the Father’s love. He was of one heart and one mind with the Father. I want to be like Christ; I want the world to say, “Like Master, like servant.” The present object of the Lord Jesus is to have a people down here who display Him in their ways, thoughts, and doings: speaking out intelligently and practically what He is.

No one on earth was ever so happy as Christ, because He saw everything in connection with God’s purpose and God’s will. The greater the sorrow, and the higher its wave broke over His heart, the more we can see this. There was always some expression of praise, some reference to the Father, showing that the joy within was as untouched as a hidden spring of water that gives refreshment. He was distressed until He accomplished the Father’s will in His death upon the cross.

G. V. Wigram
Like Thee in faith, in meekness, love, in every beauteous grace;From glory into glory changed, till we behold Thy face.

Joseph Stennett





 

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