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Have You Seen Jesus? By Oswald Chambers

Being saved and seeing Jesus are not the same thing. Many people who have never seen Jesus have received and share in God’s grace. But once you have seen Him, you can never be the same. Other things will not have the appeal they did before.

You should always recognize the difference between what you see Jesus to be and what He has done for you. If you see only what He has done for you, your God is not big enough. But if you have had a vision, seeing Jesus as He really is, experiences can come and go, yet you will endure “as seeing Him who is invisible” (Hebrews 11:27). The man who was blind from birth did not know who Jesus was until Christ appeared and revealed Himself to him (see John 9). Jesus appears to those for whom He has done something, but we cannot order or predict when He will come. He may appear suddenly, at any turn. Then you can exclaim, “Now I see Him!” (see John 9:25).

Jesus must appear to you and to your friend individually; no one can see Jesus with your eyes. And division takes place when one has seen Him and the other has not. You cannot bring your friend to the point of seeing; God must do it. Have you seen Jesus? If so, you will want others to see Him too. “And they went and told it to the rest, but they did not believe them either” (Mark 16:13). When you see Him, you must tell, even if they don’t believe.

O could I tell, you surely would believe it!
O could I only say what I have seen!
How should I tell or how can you receive it,
How, till He bringeth you where I have been?

 

Scripture Thought for the Day

After that, He appeared in another form to two of them… —Mark 16:12

Comments

  • Caroline: Please pray for Caroline as she is about to be evicted and will be moving halfway across the country to live with her son. Pray for her heart and mind as she goes through this transition and that she will trust the Lord for strength to press on.
  • Question from YouTube: Daniel asks…
    Interesting study indeed but how did you confirm that 70 Sabbaths were violated during 430 years? (430/7 = 61 Sabbath years)Hello Daniel:
    You’ve asked a good question. Here’s how the math works…
    There are eight sabbatical years in each cycle of 49 years: seven Sabbath years plus the Jubilee year.

Cycle      1      2      3      4      5      6      7      8      9      Totals

Years           49    49    49    49    49    49    49    49    38       430

Sabbaticals   8      8      8      8      8      8      8     8       6         70

Does this make sense?
For better visuals of most of our charts go to our Bible Charts Index
Hope this helps!
Rex

Prayer Requests

  • Caroline: Please pray for Caroline as she is about to be evicted and will be moving halfway across the country to live with her son. Pray for her heart and mind as she goes through this transition and that she will trust the Lord for strength to press on.
  • Bob: Bob ministers to prisoners and shares as much as he can with people he meets. He recently ordered a bunch of booklet boxes to share. Pray for his efforts as he shares.

WUAS News

  • In case you don't know, we have a Video Series List of all the video series and seminars that were created by Larry Wilson. Click on a title to go directly to the YouTube playlist. You can also see what DVD's we still have available for purchase. Each DVD and CD set is currently available for the price of shipping only! At these amazing prices ($5-$15), stock up while they are available.
  • Have you read the latest booklet The New Covenant for All Israel? Feel free to read it online or purchase a box of booklets.

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