The God Who Became Man

The fact that we serve a God which wrapped himself in a womb of flesh and became a man, he certainly knows how it feels to be us. You see it wasn’t good enough for God to create us; he had to become us if he was going to save us. Thus, (Heb 4:15) says “ For we have not an high priest which cannot be touched with the feelings of our infirmities; but was in all points tempted like as we are, yet without sin.” Hence, he knew what it was like to experience weakness; he knew what it was like to be hungry, thirsty, tired and even to have lack.

Child of God it’s hard to understand what a man/woman is going through unless you been there. If you’ve never been broke then you don’t understand what it means to be without money; if you’ve never been sick then you don’t understand what it means to be sick. If you never suffered need then you don’t understand what it means to operate in lack.

Our Lord and savior Jesus Christ understood this from the throne room of heaven; however, if he really was going to have the proper love and compassion for humanity and save us to the uttermost, he was going to have to become us that we might become him (take on his character and his thoughts). And if I may say so—what a great job he did in taking on our infirmities that anyone who would believe in him might come boldly to the throne of grace that they may obtain mercy and find grace to help in their time of need.

God Bless You

Pastor Versal Mason

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