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Tag: Christology
Eat this bread, for there are no benefits apart from him. He is good: eat of him. He is rich: delight yourself in him. For Christ is the true bread of heaven.
The church derives its life from the sweet fellowship of the Father, Son, and Spirit, creating a people of worship, fellowship, and mission who are animated by the gospel and empowered by the Word of God.
God is our Shepherd. This truth is not for mere intellectual assent, nor a kind of badge to hang on our own board of orthodoxy. To know the one who is Shepherd is a precious reality from which the believer draws strength, comfort, and life.
The invitation of our Good Shepherd does not make that valley disappear, nor does it mean we are exempt from walking through it, but even as we do, we need not fear. Why? Because Christ, our Good Shepherd, is with us. … Oh, what precious realities are ours right now for we who have heeded the call of our Good Shepherd!
Jesus really came to give us what Adam did not receive in the garden. Not just “no more death,” but constant fellowship with the source of all life. No unclean place outside the camp, because the whole earth will be the camp of Heaven, where God the giver of life dwells with us. There will not merely be no deaths; the very notion of death will be nonsense. The obituary columns will not be blank; they will be inconceivable.
“While the law reveals the righteousness of God, the gospel brightens the revelation of his righteousness and adds the revelation of his grace. While the law imprisons the sinner, the gospel liberates him, yet liberates him according to law. While the law shows the malignity of sin and dooms the sinner to death, the gospel assents to both, but conquers the one and counteracts the other.” Christmas Evans
Mike Reeves explains how being united to Christ is at the heart of our status before the Father in the second of four talks at Word Alive 2010. 
Glen Scrivener shows how believing in the Trinity makes our salvation sweet and our God desirable. 
Jeremiah Burroughs' sermon on the sufficiency, goodness, and glory of Jesus Christ is unmissable.