What Think Ye of Christ?

   No other person in history disturbs the heart of man as Jesus, and “What think ye of Him?”  No one can remain neutral. Everyone must give an answer to either receiving or rejecting Him.
   When we study such leaders as Washington and others, we are intellectually edified or informed about history.  When we study Christ, we are profoundly moved into studying our own life and destiny.  Everything concerning our very being is hinged upon “What think ye of Christ?” No other leader moves us in this way.  When we study Jesus, He raises issues within our conscience and our moral character.  Jesus somehow gets inside our life and interrogates us and we are moved to answer Him.  When we study Him, He examines us.  No other figure in history has this kind of effect upon our being. (John 4:29).

   When we enter the holy realm of Christ, we are intuitively confronted with our unholiness.  He penetrates our inner perception and conscience as no other, & the words of Peter enter our thoughts and challenges us: “To whom shall we go?” … “Thou hast the Words of eternal life.”  (John 6:68). “Thou art the Christ, the Son of the Living God.”  (Matthew 16:16).  Never have these Words been spoken of another.  Then Christ comes with the only answer:  “I am the way, the Truth and the Life, no ...

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