Unmarred and multi-hued Cornerstone,
Holy One of Israel sits upon His throne.
The spotless Lamb, slain for humanity,
Intercedes for us in His glorious Divinity.
In Him, no stained soul of imperfection,
Our Father of lights of infinite perfection,
Shining bright upon His opulent throne,
The Rose of Sharon calls us His very own.
Oh Great God of peace and Holy love!
The Messiah Incarnate, Sacrificial Dove;
Wondrous Redeemer, ransomed Son,
Because of Calvary, our victory won.[/pullquote4] In addition to studying, Anoosh prayed and asked God to deliver to her the answers to the questions they would ask. That night in a dream God did exactly that. During the exam the next day she was able to answer every question correctly because the Lord had given her the answers. The professors were amazed and two of them ultimately became Christians because of Anoosh’s faithful witness and outspoken faith in Christ.
While Christ isn’t there as our Santa Claus, ready to shower us with presents or provide a solution to every small issue that may arise, He is always there to intercede during times of adversity. He is most certainly there when He knows the outcome will touch lost souls, leading them into the Kingdom and bringing glory to the Father.
Take heart, dear friends. To this day Christ continues to insure our blessedness as He stands in the gap on our behalf. He is able to do far more abundantly than we can ask or think (Eph 3:20-21). What strength, what love and what hope!
Who is he that condemns? Christ Jesus, who died—more than that, who was raised to life—is at the right hand of God and is also interceding for us (Romans 8:34).
Hope in Christ gives us a spiritual confidence and conviction that there is a better tomorrow.
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