Faith’s Checkbook

January 18
Christ and His Children
When thou shalt make his soul an offering for sin, he shall see his seed. (Isaiah 53:10)

Our Lord Jesus has not died in vain. His death was sacrificial: He died as our substitute because
death was the penalty for our sins. Because His substitution was accepted by God, He has saved
those for whom He made His soul a sacrifice. By death, He became like the corn of wheat which
bringeth forth much fruit. There must be a succession of children unto Jesus; He is “the Father of the
everlasting age.” He shall say, “Behold, I and the children whom Thou hast given me.”
A man is honored in his sons, and Jesus hath His quiver full of these arrows of the mighty. A man is
represented in his children, and so is the Christ in Christians. In his seed a man’s life seems to be
prolonged and extended; and so is the life of Jesus continued in believers.
Jesus lives, for He sees His seed. He fixes His eye on us, He delights in us, and He recognizes us as the
fruit of His soul travail. Let us be glad that our Lord does not fail to enjoy the result of His dread
sacrifice, and that He will never cease to feast His eyes upon the harvest of His death. Those eyes
which once wept for us are now viewing us with pleasure. Yes, He looks upon those who are looking
unto Him. Our eyes meet! What a joy is this!


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