behold the lamb

Behold the Lamb

Behold, he cometh with clouds; and every eye shall see him, and they also which pierced him: and all kindreds of the earth shall wail because of him. Even so, Amen.
Behold, the Lamb comes with witnesses, and all eyes shall have a revelation of Him who was crucified, and we shall be made to partake of His sufferings that we might be co-inheritors with the Son of God. The image of the Father is speaking in these end times, when we hear His voice, let us not harden our hearts to the words of life—for these are the words that can put an end to the reign of darkness. I say again, behold the lamb; behold the lamb. Who are you beholding? What or who are you beholding in these end times? Is it the anointed shooting stars of the prince of this world or the Prince of Peace Himself?
Behold the Lamb—it is what you behold that you become; that is what turns in your soul till you are conformed to the image of that which you are beholding. Those who obtained the image of the beast had been beholding it for a long time (they wondered after). Let not any other image captivates you except the image of the Lamb—which is the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. What are you beholding? I ask you again. The world wants us to behold someone and things of this world—to pull our sight away from the goal—which is the Father of light.
The serpent took Jesus to a high mountain to behold the glories of the world and have all to Himself if only He worships the prince of this world (i.e., Satan). But the Prince of Peace knows that the things of this world (including Satan) passeth away and the love thereof. Jesus overcame Satan because He has been beholding the Father for a long time. Nothing could take that gaze away.
Paul asked us that who shall separate us from the love of Christ? The world was designed for one thing—to stop men from being lovers of God. When men start beholding the Lamb, they become lovers, to the point that they are not afraid to lose their lives unto the death in the fight against the dragon. Behold the Lamb and everything about Him. Let’s learn from John the Baptist, who urged us to behold the Lamb who takes away the sin of the world. Amen.


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