What exactly did Jesus finish when he said, “It is finished”? Michael Lilborn Williams shares his discovery this week in John where we learn exactly what Jesus finished.
Daniel Thomas Rouse takes us into understanding what the will of God is for your life. Is it the right job? The right move? The right church? Or is it something more?
Don Beres Bartlett brings an explanation of what it means to be changed from glory to glory and we compare his idea with Francois du Toit’s explanation found in 2 Corinthians 3.
This power-packed episode is sure to bring freedom to your soul!
And we with unveiled face beholding in a mirror the glory of the lord are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory just by the Spirit of the Lord…
The bronze laver in the tabernacle in the wilderness(later to become the molten sea in the temple of Solomon) was made from the hand mirrors of the women of the Israelites.
The priests who served and the high priest going into the Holiest place of all once a year would have to wash In it before going through the veil.
We were in Christ when he did so immediately after resurrection when Jesus told Mary not to touch him for he had not yet ascended to the father.
So we beheld that image in the reflection.
Interestingly enough if you actually built a replica of it today you could cook your dinner on it. So the idea of fire or lake of fire. And the molten sea, again fire that it would take to melt bronze or brass.
There was no way to show actual fire in the atonement ceremony or the high priest would have died performing the first Atonement.
This also fits with Paul saying we see through a glass darkly. They didn’t use glass for mirrors they used polished brass.
So he was saying we look into tarnished mirrors.
This also reminds me of the Spirit hovering over the face (surface) of the waters and Jesus walking on water.
May His name be praised for ever!