We read in Hebrews 2:10:
10 For it was fitting for Him, for whom are all things and by whom are all things, in bringing many sons to glory, to make the captain of their salvation perfect through sufferings.
Have you ever wondered why Yahshua or popularly known as Jesus Christ was called the captain of our salvation?
Why isn’t he called the general, admiral, or any other titles ore superior than a captain?
Calling Christ as our captain is significant because it signifies how he is among us. You see, a captain is someone who leads a group by actually and being physically with them.
Unlike other military ranks, they stay in offices, bunkers, or any place away from the place of actual action.
A captain is someone who goes together with his team.
This tells us that Christ is someone who leads by example. He leads with closeness. He leads at a personal level.
There are other reasons why Christ was called the captain of our salvation. But for now, that’s the lesson I want to share with you.
Video of the week
A lot of people believe that once a person dies, that person’s soul will roam around on the earth. As a result, these dead people could still talk to the living and even make their presence felt. However, is that what the Bible says?
Daily Bible Reading
Daily Bible Reading is a program that typically includes a 1-minute, full-of-inspiration blog. If all goes well, I plan to publish every day.
If in case you missed the daily blogs in the past few days, here are the 1-minute blogs from the Daily Bible Reading so far, from April 9-16:
- Hope for the hopeless
- Accepting responsibility
- Way of Worship
- A Call for Holiness
- He is risen
- A Rehearsal
- Land Sabbath, Jubilee, and trust in God
- Blessings, Curses, God’s Mercy
In the past weeks, we have the following newest content you might have missed:
I have just released a free booklet about “When Was Jesus Resurrected?“
Click here to get the free PDF book copy of “11 Irrefutable Proofs Jesus Wasn’t Resurrected on Sunday.“
Books for Greatness
Here are some of the best blogs from my other website, Books for Greatness:
- Why SMART Goals Are Stupid (And What You Should Do Instead)
- 10 Most Influential Books that Changed the World Forever
- 11 Self-Improvement Tips that will Help You Live a Victorious Life
There you have it, that’s the week in a glance. I pray that you have a wonderful and great week ahead!
May the Father keep you and help you.
Until He comes,