by Jesse Hendley

The Greatest Though of the Human Mind -- Jesus Christ
Jesse M. Hendley
Isaiah 53

What do you think is the greatest thought that the human mind can think about? I am going to present it to you in just a few minutes. I think that without a doubt you will agree with me as we come to the study of God's Word. Isaiah 53, if you have your Bibles, verse 1, "Yet it pleased the Lord to bruise him; he hath put him to grief; when thou shalt make his soul an offering for sin, he shall see his seed, he shall prolong his days, and the pleasure of the Lord shall prosper in his hand."

This is Isaiah prophesying the death of Jesus Christ. We are going to think about this in just a few minutes, I hope that you will stay with us and think with us on the greatest theme the Human mind can think about. What is the greatest thing the human mind can think about? Undoubtedly the greatest thing your mind can think about is God. Our great God, the God of the universe. Then specifically, Christ because the Lord Jesus Christ is the way into fellowship with God. There are three great being in the Godhead. God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. The way to God is the Lord Jesus Christ.

Undoubtedly for the human mind to really know God and the Holy Spirit of God and have God in our lives to think about Him my friends is to think about Christ because Christ is the introduction. He is the one that leads us into the knowledge of God and the blessings of the Holy Spirit of God. So to think about the Lord Jesus Christ, to really fix the mind on Him is the greatest thing that a Human mind can possibly do.

To think about His great eternity passed, when He was the Father's delight, with the Father before the world was. And than in creation and then to behold Him coming into time incarnate, His virgin birth. Then His miraculous life. Then His atoning death and His glorious resurrection. His intercession at the right hand of God. And think about His prophes ...

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