Worthy Is The Man Who Was Slain

serveimage-1Hebrews 11:38 (Amplified Bible)
[Men] of whom the world was not worthy — roaming over the desolate places and the mountains, and [living] in caves and caverns and holes of the earth.


2 thoughts on “Worthy Is The Man Who Was Slain”

  1. Verse 32 says that not everyone “of whom the world was unworthy” can of course be named in this chapter widely known as the Hall of Faith, or what I like to call the Faith Hall of Fame – because this group of people DID gain fame by, ironically, being named for giving all glory and honor to God through obedience by faith. But what IS said about everyone who lives by faith in Jesus Christ is that there is hardship and rejection while they were here… hardships and pain that is unimaginable to most Americans these days.
    Like my “hardships” consist of no hot water on tap, a hoarding disorder, and thinning hair. My husband and I just sold our business, that we received from God, and now we are “suffering” the stress of stepping out in faith, knowing that the Lord is guiding us just because we ask Him to. Well, what I’m TRYING to convey is that there is A LOT of opportunity in my life for gratefulness. And if God considers me at all as one whom the world is unworthy, it is ONLY by the grace of God and by the blood of the slain and worthy Jesus Christ.

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  2. The Man…came as a Lamb…to be the only complete and acceptable sacrifice to pay once and for all time the penalty of death and the penalty for sin. He who knew no sin, became sin for us, that whosoever believes on Him has passed from death to life!

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