LOOKING UNTO JESUS

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HH, Sir Godfrey Gregg D.Div

“Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne of God.” (Hebrews 12:2).

Image result for LOOKING UNTO JESUS"There must be a constant looking unto Jesus, or, as one Bible translation gives it, an off-looking upon Jesus; that is, looking off from the evil, refusing to see it, not letting the mind dwell upon it for a second.

We should have mental eyelashes as well as physical ones, which can be used as shields, and let no evil thing in; or, like a stockade camp in the woods, which repels the first assault of the enemy. This is the use of the fringes to our eyes, and so it should be with the soul.

Many do not seem to know that they have spiritual eyes. They go through the world as if somebody had cut off their eyelashes, and they stare away on the good and evil alike.Image result for LOOKING UNTO JESUS"

The devil comes along with his evil pictures and bids them look. We cannot look upon evil without being defiled. Sometimes, in going down the street, the sight of some of the pictures on the way will cast their filth upon the soul so that we shall feel the need of being bathed in Jesus’ blood for hours for cleansing.

There has been no consent unto sin, but the sight of it has defiled. There is no help for it but in the resolute, steady, inner view of Christ.

Where do we stand today in this world of corruption, degradation and sin? I am reminded that whatever we let into our bodies can defile us. The Scripture is very clear and we should live accordingly, only to please the Lord.

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