Poem 6- MATTHEW EIGHTEEN TEN

M– Matthew eighteen ten have declared that, God the Father’s face can be seen, by the angels of God in heaven, who are assigned to the little children, here on earth.

A– Ah, would that not violate, John 1:18, I John 4:12, I Timothy 6 verse 16, and John 6:46?

T– Take and read your Bibles, read them well and good, read Colossians 1:15, Christ Jesus there is the image of God the Father.

T– Take and read your Bibles, read them well and good, read Colossians 1:15, Christ Jesus there is the image of God the Father.

H– How much is Christ Jesus, alike to God the Father, Hebrews 1:3 declares that, He’s the exact copy of His sweet loving Dad.

EExpress image had been rendered, in Greek as charakter, the meaning of which is exact copy, and/or representation as well.

W– When you get to see Christ Jesus, it’s as if you have seen His Dad, He and God the Father are identical, He and God the Father are really similar.

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E– Ey, when you have seen Christ Jesus, you already have seen His Dad, though we know that God the Father, is the permanently invisible God.

I– I am all for Jesus, I am all for Christ, I won’t be able to see directly God the Father, but I will see Him by beholding His beloved Son.

G– Give your all to Jesus, give your all to Christ, including all your prayers, address it all to Jesus Christ.

H– Have Your way Lord Jesus, have Your way Lord God, we will be obedient, II Corinthians 10:5.

T– Take and read your Bibles, read them well and good, read Colossians 1:15, Christ Jesus there is the image of God the Father.

EExact copy of God the Father, is His beloved Son, Hebrews 1:3 proclaims that, Christ Jesus is the express image of His Dad.

EExact copy of God the Father, is His beloved Son, Hebrews 1:3 declares that, Christ Jesus is the express image of His Dad.

N– Now, Matthew 18:10 is figurative, it is metaphorical, the heavenly angels can’t really see God the Father, it is His Son they are Personally beholding in Paradise.

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T– The 14th chapter of John’s Book, verses 1-10, convey the claim of Jesus, that He is the likeness of His Dad.

E– Ey, once you have seen Him, once you have seen the Lord, once you have seen Christ Jesus, you already saw His Dad.

N– Now, be not confused here, Christ Jesus is not His Dad, the 2 are distinct Persons, yet identical in countenance/facial appearance.

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