Friday, March 24, 2017

He Will Glorify Me: By Chris Powers

Chris Powers is creating visual resources for the global church. As an artist, Powers illustrates and animates theological concepts, and along with his explanations based on and in scripture, he presents thoughtful and beautiful tracts, studies, and videos for the brethren to consume freely. His work can be found on fullofeyes.com, and at Patreon under Full of Eyes, and of course Youtube at his channel Full of Eyes.

Here is a recent drawing:

He Will Glorify Me
By Chris Powers

John 16:14-15, "He will glorify me, for He will take what is mine and declare it to you. All that the Father has is mine..."

"I was reading through John 16 this morning and was once again struck by the unique role that Jesus tells us the Spirit fulfills. The Spirit glorifies the Son, which is to say, He takes from the fullness of the Son's glory--from the beauty of who the Son is--and makes that known (With the result that the world is convicted, 16:8-11, and the Church is build up in truth 12-15)."

"So, the Spirit shows us the Son, and the Son shows us the Father--an awesome Trinitarian model of divine self-revelation. And its also interesting to note that the Spirit doesn't come in His Son-revealing work until after Christ the climactic redemptive work of the crucifixion and resurrection. God' self-revelation has not reached its climax until the Son has poured Himself out for creation's redemption on the cross. Supreme redemption serves supreme revelation, and the crucified and risen Son is the one declared to us by the Spirit."

"For this picture, I also wanted to be clear that the Spirit-illuminated revelation of God in Christ happens primarily in SCRIPTURE. How deadly it is when we go wandering outside the Bible for a definitive revelation of the One True God....it happens in the pages of scripture as the Spirit reveals the glory of God in the Son to His bride"






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