Revelation of Jesus Christ

by T. Austin-Sparks

Transcribed from conference messages given in April 1958. The spoken form has been retained verbatim. Words which were not clear have been enclosed in [square] brackets.

"Consider from whence thou art fallen..." The mighty price of their earthly things became as nothing, nothing, when they saw the Lord Jesus! They brought all those things of value to men and in this world by which they had laid so great a store, yes a great price, as things of this world go. And they burnt them in the sight of all, "That's rubbish! We've seen Jesus!" And not until you've seen Jesus does everything else become tawdry and worthless and of no greater value than to go up in smoke. To see Him... oh, the revelation of Jesus Christ ought not to be a teaching, a truth, an interpretation, a book. It ought to be a worship. "And when I saw Him, I fell at His feet as one dead". Have you ever seen Jesus, to bring you down like that? Have you ever seen what He has given to you to the point of making you say, "It's the most wonderful thing man could ever think of that I, I, should be given that, that I should have a place in that"? Do you see how we need to be recovered?

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