Words Are words, But Jesus – Now HE’S The EVERLASTING Word!

When you speak words, your words obey you. They do what you want them to do (well, that’s the goal, right?). Jesus is “THE Word made flesh”. That is why, in Hebrews 1:3, Jesus is described as “the express image of HIS (God the Father’s) person” and NOT the express image of “the eternal Son”. Why? because there is no eternal Son. There is simply our eternal God, and He has an amazing relationship w/ His Word. Just think, if you could speak the heaven & earth into existence, you just might be inclined to personify your words. Obviously the analogy fails, as they ALL do, because there is NOTHING and NO ONE who compares to our One, True God – Jesus. That’s the whole point, and how you can determine that the trinity diminishes relationship w/ your God. As the Word made flesh, OF COURSE, Jesus would not know what the Father knows. Jesus is the expression of God’s knowledge in the context of time, another component God created through His Word – Jesus.

So, when Jesus is talking to you about X, X is what He knows. In the book of Revelation He appears to know a few more details than He divulged to the disciples. That is why it’s a relationship He has called us to, NOT theology and doctrines of men. And that is why He warned us (through Paul in Colossians 2:8-9) that we should “Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ. For IN HIM dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead bodily.” (KJV). The Word of God is IN God, and who your God wants you to know (Himself) is in His Word. The Bible is a wonderful tool He speaks to us through. His Word is Himself – Jesus. Get to know Him, and experience a life like you’ve NEVER known – life w/ the Author of eternal Life.

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