Pastor Biggs’ sermon this past Sunday was on the first four verses in the book of Hebrews talking about the glory of Christ. The Scirpture Lesson came from Colossians 1:15-20 and  2 Corinthians 3:5-18.

Here is the outline from this week:

Hebrews.Online Sermon Notes.Heb.1.1_4.Glory of Christ.01.27.13

You can also find the audio recording on Sermon Audio.

 

John Flavel said the following of the Glory and Loveliness of Christ:

“Yes, He is altogether lovely! This is my Beloved,
and this is my Friend.” Song of Songs 5:16

As if she had said, “Look on Him in what respect or
particular you wish; cast your eye upon this lovely One,
and view Him any way; consider His person, His offices,
His works, or any other thing belonging to Him. You will
find Him altogether lovely, there is nothing disagreeable
in Him, there is nothing lovely without Him.”

Jesus Christ is the loveliest person souls can set their eyes
upon. He is the very essence of all delights and pleasures,
the very soul and substance of them! As all the rivers are
gathered into the ocean, which is the meeting-place of all
the waters in the world–so Christ is that ocean in which
all true delights and pleasures meet!

Christ infinitely transcends the most excellent and loveliest
of created things. The excellencies our altogether lovely
Christ are pure and unmixed. He is a sea of sweetness
without one drop of gall.

“Yes, He is altogether lovely! This is my Beloved,
and this is my Friend.” Song of Songs 5:16

 

 

Have a blessed week resting in the glory of your Lord!

Caleb

 

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