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Oh To Be Wise Meditations

Jesus, you are me hero. Thank you so much for facing my biggest fears. You are the incorruptable God who took on our corruptable body. You died and rose again with a redeemed body that was fully restored and reconciled. We are people of flesh and blood. This is why you became one of us. You died to destroy the devil who had power over death. My body of death wants to define who I am and how I should feel. But my inner man wants to live free from sin and death. My flesh and my spirit are at war, I need a Saviour stop the raging battle within me. Praise the Lord, Jesus is our

High Priest that can feel sympathy for our weaknesses. One in whom was tempted in every way that we are, but did not sin. He had to be one of us, so he could serve God as our merciful and faithful high priest and sacrifice himself for the forgiveness of our sins. And now that Jesus has suffered and was tempted, he can help anyone else who is tempted. God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise; God chose the weak things of the world to shame the strong. Jesus chose the lowly and despised things of the world, and the things that are not, to nullify the things that are, so that no one may boast in His presence. He gave up everything and became a slave, when he became like one of us. Christ was humble. He obeyed God and even died on a cross. Then God gave Christ the highest place and honored his name above all others. Jesus, you are truly God and yet you did not try to remain equal with God. Man is always trying to be God and here you are becoming man so we could truly know you. Unbelieveable! You endured this body of death for me to have real life. I do not know fully what that means yet but I know one day when I see your face it will become clear. Yes, on that day life will have truly begun, you look like me and I look like you. My God, these things are so loftly I have to stop writing and pray about this. This is to wonderful for me, to have the one who is wonderful living inside of me! Meditate 2 Cor. 13:4

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