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High and Holy Becomes Meek and Lowly
No matter how many times I’ve heard the “old, old story” I never cease to be amazed that God would humble himself to become one of us. The complicated doctrine of the Trinity or the difficulty in explaining the Incarnation are nothing compared to comprehending why the High and Holy One would humble himself to the extent that he would suffer all the effects of the Fall. He who had need of nothing made himself weak so that he might restore relationship with his sinful creatures.
Some of the scriptures quoted in this morning’s sermon spoke to the in incomprehensible concept of God becoming a human. But, the most profound scripture I know is also the most simple: “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only son. . .” Karl Barth, a theologican one who had wrestled with many deep biblical concepts was supposed to have been asked the question, “What is the most profound thought you have ever encountered?” His response, “Jesus loves me, this I know, for the Bible tells me so.”