Humbled by His Sacrifice

But God forbid that I should glory, save in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, by whom the world is crucified unto me, and I unto the world.

~ Galatians 6:14, KJV ~

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~ January 17, 2020 Devotional ~

Christ’s sacrifice on the cross ought to be profoundly humbling to us. It is with this spirit of humility that we come to Christ in daily prayer and meditation. It is because Christ humbled himself before the Father in the Garden of Gethsemane. Humbled himself before Pontius Pilate when being judged. Christ, even, humbled himself before the crowd who roared loudly to have Barnabas released instead of Christ.

I Stand All Amazed – Mormon Tabernacle – October 2019 General Conference

Christ humbled himself to the point of shedding his own blood for each one of us. Through Christ, we walk with him in fellowship throughout our lives. Each day we approach Christ, let us meditate on the sacrifice and His grace. Let us be humble before Him in prayer. And, let us be amazed at the sacrifice he had offered us.

One thought on “Humbled by His Sacrifice

  1. Yes, absolutely so. Ten days after leaving here after proven he got risen from the dead, as he left in that cloud, Father came in Spirit and Truth to enjoin us, those that believe, he did this on Pentecost, which is 50 days after risen, first one ever risen from the dead.
    Now, all that believe that Father approves of as a believer, not by any work of anyone, but Son, that part is done once for everyone to turn in, everything to Father for new life offered in the Risen Jesus for us to just walk new in it and not have to think about it.

    Yes Father, Thank You, God, Adonai, Elohim. Yahweh

    Psalms 100:4, now true, Psalms 103:12 is proven true also, Col. 1:21-23

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