|When You See Him, You Become Like Him|
We can only be "in Christ" to the degree that we discern the Body of Christ. (Heb 5:14, 1Tim 4:1-2) In proportion to our ability to discern reality, the Kingdom, we can enter into righteousness and sanctification. (1John 3:2, 2Cor 3:18)
When you do see Him, then you become like Him. (1 John 3:2) When you see Him in your brother's and sister's ministry and office, then you go from glory to glory. (2Cor 3:18) Then, you can let your light shine before men and they will see your good works and glorify your Father in Heaven. (Matt 5:16) You can only see Him by grace through faith as described already. It is Christ in you Who does the seeing. As you yield over time, your spiritual vision gets better. (Heb 5:13-14)
Last updated: Sep, 2011
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