He that believes on the Son has everlasting life: and he that believes not the Son shall not see life; but the wrath of God stays on him.
– John 3:36 4
Thoughts on Today’s Verse…
We all want to gain everlasting life, then how can we gain it? This verse clearly tells us that only those who believe in the Son have everlasting life. As we all know,is the , the incarnate God. Only those who believe in the incarnate Son of man can gain . Then how can we know the incarnate Son of man?
God says, “The incarnate Son of man expressed God’s divinity through His humanity and conveyed the will of God to mankind. And through the expression ofand disposition, He also revealed to people the God that cannot be seen or touched in the spiritual realm. What people saw was God Himself, tangible and with flesh and bones. So the incarnate Son of man made things such as God’s own identity, status, image, disposition, and what He has and is concrete and humanized. Even though the external appearance of the Son of man had some limitations regarding the image of God, His essence and what He has and is were entirely able to represent God’s own identity and status—there were merely some differences in the form of expression. No matter whether it’s the Son of man’s humanity or His divinity, we cannot deny that He represented God’s own identity and status. During this time, however, God worked through the flesh, spoke from the perspective of the flesh, and stood in front of mankind with the identity and status of the Son of man, and this gave people the opportunity to encounter and experience the true words and work of God among mankind. It also allowed people insight into His divinity and His greatness in the midst of humility, as well as to gain a preliminary understanding and a preliminary definition of the authenticity and the reality of God. Even though the work completed by the , His ways of working, and the perspective from which He spoke differed from God’s real person in the spiritual realm, everything about Him truly represented God Himself that humans had never seen before—this cannot be denied! That is to say, no matter in what form God appears, no matter from which perspective He speaks, or in what image He faces mankind, God represents nothing but Himself. He cannot represent any human—He cannot represent any corrupt human. God is God Himself, and this cannot be denied.”
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