The Supremacy Of Christ To Human Beings — Andrew Morton
In case you haven't noticed, Jesus is pretty amazing. The author of the Letter to the Hebrews seems to think so, too, since he has much to say about who Jesus is. As we have seen in the last few weeks, Hebrews exuberantly proclaims that Jesus is supreme over everything.
That implies, of course, that He is supreme over all of humanity. However, as we'll discover in Hebrews 2, Jesus is not only supreme over humanity. He is supreme in humanity. In other words, He is the supreme human. This week we will discover why that is astoundingly Good News.
I invite you to read Hebrews 2:5-18. What do these verses tell you about Jesus? What do they tell you about what it means to be human? How does the fact that Jesus became truly human for us eternally makes a difference in our lives? How can the supreme humanity of Christ make a difference in your life today?