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lightmanx5
lightmanx5
PFC.P.JOSH 94642
Tue, Apr. 1st, 2008 08:24 am
On Vox: Notes from Alistair Begg's Jesus the Word (Part A)

Luke 22:39


John 1:14 - the Word is introduced in the proceeding 13 verses.

The Word is eternal.
There was never a time when He was NOT.
When creation took place, the Word was already in being.
It is unoriginated, uncaused, and independent of any other form of existence.

The Word is Creator.  John 1:3
Everything in the Universe ultimately a coherent expression of the Word's creative power.  "Through Him all things were made."  There is nothing beyond the Word.

The Word is God.
To say less than this is to move beyond the realm of historic Orthodoxy.

"Who is He in yonder stall,
at whose feet the shepherds fall."

"Til the Lord, oh wondrous story
Til the Lord, the King of glory
And at His feet, we humbly fall
And we crown Him, crown Him Lord of all."

Originally posted on lightmanx5.vox.com


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masticatus
masticatus
Steve
Tue, Apr. 1st, 2008 11:00 pm (UTC)

I love his Jesus 101 series. So amazing.

The hymn is "Tis the Lord" not "Til the Lord."


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lightmanx5
lightmanx5
PFC.P.JOSH 94642
Tue, Apr. 1st, 2008 11:02 pm (UTC)

Oh ;) he's got a thick accent, as you know! Haha!

~JOSh-X


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