The Blessing of Recognizing the Son of God

Posted Jan 16, 2012 by Mark A Hornbeck in The Son of God Hits: 3,934

‎" Nathanael's first expression of his faith, so full and earnest and sincere, fell like music on the ears of Jesus. And He "answered and said unto him, Because I said unto thee, I saw thee under the fig tree, believest thou? thou shalt see greater things than these." The Saviour looked forward with joy to His work in preaching good tidings to the meek, binding up the brokenhearted, and proclaiming liberty to the captives of Satan. At thought of the precious blessings He had brought to men, Jesus added, "Verily, verily, I say unto you, Hereafter ye shall see heaven open, and the angels of God ascending and descending upon the Son of man." 

Here Christ virtually says, On the bank of the Jordan the heavens were opened, and the Spirit descended like a dove upon Me. That scene was but a token that I am the Son of God. If you believe on Me as such, your faith shall be quickened. You shall see that the heavens are opened, and are never to be closed. I have opened them to you. The angels of God are ascending, bearing the prayers of the needy and distressed to the Father above, and descending, bringing blessing and hope, courage, help, and life, to the children of men. " DA 142

I found the previous statement to hold such a precious promise that I thought I would share. Would you like your faith quickened? Believing in Christ as the Son of God will result in what Christ was promising Nathaniel. The same promise is for all of us who believe as he did. Then the angels will descend unto us each bringing blessing and hope, courage, help, and life to us the children of men.