We are told by Jesus Christ,
A Man Of Sorrows He is disdained and dismissed of men; a man of distresses, and familiar with misery: and we stowed away in a manner of speaking our countenances from him; he was loathed, and we regarded him not. – Isaiah 53:3. Do you think today is any unique? In the Book of Luke, Jesus tells us, "Foxes have openings, and birds of the air have homes; yet the Son of man hath not where to lay his head." – Luke 9:58. In my own stroll with the Lord, however liberating and really celebrating, I am completely mindful of Paul's  A man of sorrows  words, "Yet what things were gain to me, those I counted misfortune for Christ. Yea without a doubt, and I count all things yet misfortune for the excellency of the information on Christ Jesus my Lord: for whom I have experienced the deficiency, all things considered, and do count them yet compost, that I might win Christ, And be found in him, not having mine own uprightness, which is of the law, however that which is through the confidence of Christ, the honorableness which is of God leaning on an unshakable conviction: That I might know him, and the influence of his restoration, and the association of his sufferings, being made comparable unto his passing; If using any and all means I may achieve unto the revival of the dead. Not like I had as of now achieved, either were at that point great: yet I trail, assuming that I might capture that for which likewise I am caught of Christ Jesus." – Philippians 3. Jesus tells us, "He that forsaketh not all that he hath, can't be my supporter." As well as, "assuming any man will come after me, let him deny himself, take up his cross every day, and follow me." Paul comprehended the degree of penance that is needed, with being a devotee of Jesus Christ. Furthermore, notwithstanding his degree of information and comprehension, he additionally realized that his stroll with the Lord wasn't finished and wasn't finished, "Not like I had effectively accomplished, either were at that point great: however I trail, in case that I might catch that for which likewise I am captured of Christ Jesus." "Be ye in this way awesome, even as your Father which is in paradise is great." – Matthew 5:48. In our own walk and authority of self, how could it be that we are to acquire flawlessness? Jesus says, "No worker can serve two experts: for possibly he will loathe the one,  

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