MORNINGTIME 3778by Benjamin Munsell on June 22, 2021
I (Jesus) can of Mine Own (fleshly) self do nothing (for the flesh has its own worldly ideas and desires): as I hear (from the Father through the leading of the Holy Spirit), I judge (between fleshly led and Spirit led): and My Judgment is Just; because I seek not Mine Own Will, but the Will of the Father which hath sent Me. (I choose to Seek after and Obey all that the Father has for Me to say and do as the Holy Spirit leads Me). John 5:30. For now we (Believers) see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known. 1 Corinthians 13:12. Christ was Fully God and fully man. But while He was here on Earth, the "fully man" part needed to learn how to be led by the Holy Spirit. "For we have not an High Priest (Christ) which cannot be touched with the feeling of our infirmities; BUT WAS IN ALL POINTS (of the flesh) TEMPTED LIKE AS WE ARE, YET WITHOUT SIN. Hebrews 4:15. Again, Christ, as a person born into a fleshly body, THROUGH TRIALS AND TEMPTATIONS, choose to Never Sin, as He was Obediently Following the Leading of the Holy Spirit IN ALL THINGS. That Perfect "no sin" Life qualified Him to be the Perfect Lamb Sacrifice Who shed His Blood to Cover and Pay For our sins. CHRIST IS OUR PERFECT EXAMPLE, and showed us imperfect Followers how to Follow The Leading Of The Holy Spirit. We fall and fail in our Walk, Christ did not. Christ is Perfect, we are to strive to be as Perfect in the flesh as our Daily Obedience By Choice, will allow. Again, I'm only speaking here of Christ's physical human side. From the Start, He KNEW what He had to do to Fully Accomplish His God Ordained Plan. BUT HE HAD TO LIVE IT OUT OBEDIENTLY IN HIS FLESH to be that Perfect Example. "Been there, done that, I've got the" T" shirt". He KNOWS our trials and temptations AND THE OBEDIENCE GIVING RESULTS as He chose Obedience 100% of the time. We Followers, not so much. We are a "work in progress" to be Obedient, that we may, Be Blessed.