Gospel of The Glory, The
Description2 COR. iii.
The apostle's statement is this, that there is now no veil over the glory of G ad. If there be any veil now, it is on our hearts. This is a solemn truth. All the glory, an that God is, shines in the face of Jesus; and there is no veil over it. The veil is all on us. This we find in the next chapter: "But if our gospel be hid, it is hid to them that are lost: in whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds
Jesus, our Lord, Thou Morning Star,
How well we know Thy name,
Jesus, the Lord, the Crucified,
In glory still the same.
Jesus, the One who left the throne
To save a ruined race,
Thy love and lowliness still shine
Upon that glorious face.
Jesus, the One who trod the earth,
The lowly, subject One,
Obedience unto death was Thine,
God's well-beloved Son!
Jesus! what mem'ries thrill our hearts
Of Thy blest footprints here,
While now to heaven our eyes we turn
And gaze upon Thee there!
Jesus, our Saviour, quickly come!
That we may with Thee be; [dawns,
Heaven's morning breaks and glory
When Thy blest face we see.
32 pages Pamphlet Author: J. N. Darby