(15) For ye have not received the spirit of bondage again to fear; but ye have received the Spirit of adoption, whereby we cry, Abba, Father.
FATHER, O' OUR FATHER!
Brethren, when we know that we have a Father, watching over our souls, regardless of what prevails over our lives; we are certain, most assured, that we have fortitudes, someone who loves us dearly, working all things together for good, behind the scenes, and will never forsake his faithful, beloved children in sufferings; he will do whatever, necessary to strengthen their faiths, encourage them to persevere, forbear, protect their lives, grant them victories, that they receive blessings, his name is glorified among the heathen forevermore.
Therefore when Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior saw his fate, that he would have to suffer, die on the cross, shed his blood to redeem humanity from bondage of iniquities; he hesitated, but prayed fervently, cried out to our Father, called him, "Abba, Father": in other words, Father, my Father; asked for mercy, for he knew that our Father is merciful, compassionate, and capable of changing his intended purposes; but rather our Father turned his face away from his Son; because he knew that Jesus was equipped to handle the task ahead of him, successfully accomplish his assignment on earth; therefore, instead of our Father changing his plans for redemption; he rather strengthened Jesus Christ, to go through the process, finish his assignment successfully, receive a name above all names.
QUOTE OF THE DAY:
(KJV.) 1 Corinthians 2:12 Now we have received, not the spirit of the world, but the spirit which is of God; that we might know the things that are freely given to us of God.