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A Message for Today’s Meditation Especially for You…
The LORD reigns! He is robed in majesty; The LORD is robed, enveloped in strength. The world is firmly established; it cannot be shaken.” (Psalm 93:1) (HCSB)
Admitting that Jesus was indeed the God-man, the hope is vain of either escaping or explaining the mystery which invests Him; for He presents the phenomenon of history, original, unique, solitary; no being like Him, before or after. Here is a combination heretofore supposed to be contradictory and impossible! God is infinite; space cannot contain Him, nor time limit Him. Man is finite, fenced in by the definite bounds.
How can the unlimited and limited combine and unite? All our previous notions of things are contradicted in the God-man. God is omnipresent; yet here is God, submitting to the laws and limits of a human body, which can occupy but one place at any time, and must, by the law of locomotion, take time for a transfer from one place to place. God is omniscient; yet here is being claiming equality with Jehovah, yet affirming that there are some things which as a man, and even as the Messiah, He knows not. God is omnipresent; yet the God-man says He” can do nothing of Himself,” and that it is God dwelling in Him that “doeth the works.” AMEN.
Arthur T. Pierson (1867 — 1911)