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God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through him might be saved.
John 3:17

Who is God? And “what is his Son’s name?” (Proverbs 30:4). In their time the ancient writers of the Bible imagined that God has a Son. This quotation from the book of Proverbs proves it.

God “sent” His Son. It is not possible to send someone who does not exist. Doesn’t that indicate that the Son of God is eternal like God Himself?

Before His Son was born as a human being, God had decided on His Name: Jesus. The name means: the Lord is salvation. That was His intention, His task and His objective. God’s wish is to save. This message is emphasised repeatedly in our daily meditations.

Because Jesus was conceived by the Holy Spirit, He is the Son of God even as a Man (Matthew 1:20; Luke 1:35). People were after His life while He was still a child. Scripture provides little information about His youth. He began His public ministry, serving God and mankind at the age of about thirty.

The unique thing about His Person is that through His words and His selfless life we know what God is like. Let us make an unprejudiced comparison of our own life and our most noble intentions with His deeds. We shall quickly realise the difference.

The Son of God, who became Man, was eventually killed by His creatures by crucifixion outside the gates of Jerusalem. But death could not hold the Christ. By His resurrection He proved Himself to be “the Son of God with power” (Romans 1:4). His death and resurrection are the basis of salvation for all who receive the Son of God by faith.

Today’s reading: Judges 14:14-15:8 · 2 Corinthians 12:16-21





 


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