We Extend His Days
It has pleased the Lord to break through the pain…after having delivered his life as a sacrifice for sin, he shall see a posterity and prolong his days, and the work of the Lord shall prosper in his hand (Isaiah 53:10).
Think back to what we just read: it pleased the Lord to break through the suffering; after having delivered his life as a sacrifice for sin; he shall see a seed that shall prolong its days, its influence and establish its principles to always.
This answers the question posed by the prophet in Isaiah 53:8: “among those of his generation, who considered…?”
We’re his seed, prolonging His days. The work of the Lord prospers in our hands. We, the Church, are those who declare who He really is and his plan of salvation for all humanity.
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We testify of his deity and continue all the beautiful things he has begun, both to do and teach (Acts 1:1). His miraculous deeds and teachings about the Kingdom of God, which he pursued through the apostles. In turn, they passed on the same teachings to others, and, finally, they were transmitted to us. And we continue until he comes again.
In John 20:21, he said: “…as my Father has sent me, even so send I you.”We are His ambassadors. We are His witnesses. We are the radiance of His glory, the distributor of His love, of His justice and of His grace. Hallelujah!
Dear heavenly Father, I am so grateful for the love and the grace that you have given me. Thank you for express yourself to the world through me. I am the radiance of your glory, the express image of your person and my life is a manifestation of the praise and glory of God, in the name of Jesus, Amen.
Romans 9:8, Galatians 3:29, Isaiah 53:8-11
1 Year Bible Reading Plan: 1Corinthians 15:35-58 & Proverbs 8-9
2 Year Bible Reading Plan: Luke 20:9-18 & 1 Samuel 20