One of the best-known verses in the Bible is Romans 3:23, "For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God." The Bible clearly tells us that there is a great separation between man and God. Since the Fall in Genesis 3, man has suffered both physical and spiritual death under God's judgment. We are now separated from God's glory to the degree that no man can even see the full glory of God and live (Exodus 33:20). In the presence of a holy God, impurity is consumed (Hebrews 12:29).
Yet God the Father, in the wonder of His mercy and grace, has allowed us to see His glory by gazing directly upon the Son, Jesus Christ. Jesus, who is fully God and fully man, displayed all the wonder of God in human form. While this is not easy to comprehend, we can all thank God for this truth. Through His incarnation Christ became the once-for-all sacrifice to atone for man's sin and reconcile us to God.
The Bible tells us that as we know the Son, we know the Father. Consider three amazing passages about the Son.
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