Jesus is Never Called the Lamb of Man, Always the Lamb of God. Why? - The Way God Works (13 of 22)
When I study, I'm looking for ways to expand my understanding; and many times in order to understand larger concepts, I have to let go of smaller concepts so that I can see the larger picture. It's difficult, as human beings, to change religious thinking. Ninety-five percent of people die in the religion into which they are born. Only 5% migrate. Whatever you're born into is what you die out of; and that tells a great deal about the holding power of religion. Most of us are anxious for the new and improved whether it be computers, cars, houses, or clothing; but new and improved doesn't mix with religion. It's the old way that we want to stand by. There's a feeling, somehow, that if you learn something new, you are committing a treasonous act or letting go of the faith or insulting God. I don’t understand it, it’s just the way religion seems to operate.
Most of the world doesn’t have a clue as to what Jesus Christ is really all about, or why the last book in the Bible is called the Revelation of Jesus Christ. God intends that everyone understand who Jesus Christ really is and all that he really is; and one of the neatest things about this revealing process at the end of the drama, is that Jesus is fully God just like the father, but how we get to that understanding is another story.
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