Do You Know This Jesus?

Jesus holding childIn Revelations we see a Jesus much different from the Jesus pictured in the Gospels.

“The hairs of his head were white, like white wool, like snow. His eyes were like a flame of fire, his feet were like burnished bronze, refined in a furnace, and his voice was like the roar of many waters.” Revelation 1:14-15 (ESV)

Gospels Revelation
Savior King
Love Majesty
Gird about His Waist (for Service) Gird about His chest (for War)
Mild Eyes (Melt a fishing Peter) Fiery Eyes (Strike John Down)
Gentle Voice (Calls His sheep) Terrible Voice (Sound of roaring waters)
Mouth – Gracious Words of Life Mouth – Two Edged Sword strikes death
Feet – dusty from seeking sinners Feet – polished bronze prepared for judgment

Jesus as pictured in Revelation 1king of kings lord of allTo know Jesus as the Lamb of God and Savior of the world is needful. But let us never forget that Christ is our coming King, coming to judge the world. When we see Him as Savior, we declare “How Lovable” and embrace Him. When we see Him as Coming King, we cry “How Horrible” and fall at His feet.

Kneel salvationWhile it is our love He seeks, it is our Reverence and Worship that He will demand. “Every knee will bow, every tongue confess.” Do you know the True Christ, our Coming King and Judge? Will you be ashamed at His coming because He is not your Lord?

Prayer: Father, allow me to see your Son as My King. May I worship before His majesty as I confess Him Lord of my life.

One response to “Do You Know This Jesus?

  1. This is actually a question about the photo. The child in the photo looks like my cousins child and she would like to find a print. Can you tell me where I might find one? Any info would be appreciated. God bless you,
    Tammy

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