The Greatest Work of Christ

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Jesus worked all His life. But the greatest work that Jesus did was not in the carpenter’s shop, nor even at the marriage feast of Cana where He turned the water into wine. The greatest work that Jesus did was not when He made the blind to see, the deaf to hear, the dumb to speak, nor even the dead to rise. The greatest work that Jesus did was not when He taught as One having authority, or when He scathingly denounced the Pharisees for their hypocrisy. The greatest work that Jesus did was not in the great ethical program He presented to mankind—that program which has become the foundation for Western culture. What, then, was His greatest work? His greatest work was achieved in those three dark hours on Calvary. Christ’s greatest work was His dying for us.

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Prayer for the day

The battles of life must be faced, but I know they will not be faced without You, my heavenly Father.

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  1. MarkC says:

    “Who am I that a King would bleed and die for?…”

  2. Justin says:

    I’m constantly up and down emotionally. I accepted and believe in Jesus but as a recovering addict sometimes I just don’t feel him, or hear the word as I read it. It’s blurry sometimes. I feel like I can’t be used by him or loved. Anyone else go through this battle?

    1. BGEA says:

      Justin, thank you for your honest comment. Please watch your email for a response from our team.

  3. D.S.Rajsekhar, Triplicane, Chennai. says:

    Lord, Save me from my sins and restore unto me the joy of Thy salvation. AMEN.

  4. Ed says:

    Thank you Lord Jesus!

  5. Gerry says:

    No doubt Jesus’ greatest accomplishment was at Calvary. Because of that huge sacrifice, we can come directly to the throne of God Almighty. We can be 100 percent confident that He hears every word and cares deeply about all of our concerns. The King of all Kings sacrificed His life so that we can have that privilege. Not to mention to be able to spend eternity with Him in Heaven.