Saturday, September 04, 2010

The Moral Glory of Christ


This week's installment from The Fundamentals

by Dr. William G. Moorehead

The Lord's moral glory appears in His unselfishness and personal dignity. The entire absence of selfishness in any form from the character of the Lord Jesus is another remarkable feature of the Gospels. He had frequent and fair opportunities of gratifying ambition had His nature been tainted with that passion. But "even Christ pleased not Himself;" He "sought not His own glory;" He came not "to do His own will." His body and His soul were with all the faculties and activities of each were devoted to the supreme aims of His mission. His self-sacrifice included the whole range of His human thought and affection and action; it lasted throughout His life; its highest expression was His ignominious death on the cross of Calvary.

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