Is Fame Something We See?

Is Fame Something We See?

That’s a very good question. Let’s consider how people become famous. Hank Aaron, a baseball player, broke Babe Ruth’s home run record back in the 1970’s. Millions of people, baseball fans, watched him for many years as a phenomenal baseball player. He became famous for what he did as a result of people watching him and talking for years of how great baseball player he was. Tom Brady is famous for setting new records in football for the New England Patriots. He is a Five-Time winner of the Super Bowl. Millions of people have watched him and talked about him for years. He is famous for something no one has ever done.
The Glory of Jesus Christ was seen by the apostles, as it reads in the Gospel of John: “And we beheld His Glory, the Glory (what made Him famous to those who saw Him) of the only begotten Son of the Father; full of Grace and Truth”. And that Glory is still talked about over the centuries because His Glory (Fame) is recorded as History that is still seen today, and will continually be seen till the Great Day that He returns for His Bride.
He continues to reveal His Glory by the Power of the Holy Spirit; for Jesus said; ” And the Holy Spirit Whom the Father will send will lead you into all truth,” He also said: Everything that the Father has is Mine; and the Holy Spirit will take from what is Mine and show it unto you.
His Fame is His History, and will continue, and will never be stopped. He continues to heal, continues to deliver from the oppression of the adversary, continues to raise the dead, continues to cleanse the leper. And, as He responded to John the Baptist who was in prison questioning whether He was the Messiah: “Are you He Who is to come, or do we look for another”,:Jesus said; “Blessed is he who is not offended in Me.” Now, Behold His Glory for it will continue, and it will continually be changing your heart for eternity.

Thomas Downes

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