“Behold the Man!”
Pilate spoke these words as he presented Jesus – scourged, crowned with thorns, clothed in a purple robe – to the priests and crowd.
Their response: “Crucify Him!” believing Him to be nothing.
An alternative response: “Crown Him!” believing Him to be everything.
When you look at Jesus, who is it that you behold? A man who is nothing? Or, the Man who is everything?
(Zec 6:12; 1 Sam 9:17; Isa 53; Ps 22; Matt 11, 16; Num 25; 1 Kgs 18-19; Zec 1:14, 8:2; John 20:28; Acts 9; 2 Cor 11-12; Gal 1; Phil 3; Rev 3:19)
Gal 3:13; Isa 53:3, 5; Mark 15:17; Luke 22:44; Heb 5:7; Ps 22:15; Heb 11:4; 1 John 3:12; Luke 11:49-51; Jude 11; Heb 12:24
Summary of Meshack and Blake's trip to Kenya.
At the time of this posting, there are still 13 orphans available to be sponsored.
Please help get the word out and visit https://wiphan.childsponsorshipservices.org/sponsorChild?setSearchFiltersByCommunity=true to stand with these kids.
"You've heard the adage: "The best gifts come in small packages." This saying conveys the idea that small packages often contain valuable items and that size doesn't indicate quality. But I also understand this to mean that the most precious gifts can take a form which we do not expect. The same is true of gifts given to us by our Heavenly Father: the greatest gifts come in unanticipated and, often, unattractive packages. Even so, of this we can be sure, every gift, regardless of its appearance, is an expression of His love, intended to draw us into intimate fellowship."