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Models of Workers



(John 9:4).

Christ’s authority for working was because He was “sent;” His model in working was according to the “ works of Him” who commissioned Him, and the necessity that was laid upon Him is seen in the “ I must.” If the following Scriptures are pondered, it will be seen how Christ viewed His life and death as an absolute necessity. Constantly Christ uses the term “must.”

. The must of work (Luke 2:49; John 9:4; 10:16).

. The must of walk (LUKE 13:33).

. The must of death (John 3:14; 12:34).

. The must of preaching (Luke 4:43).

. The must of seeking (John 4:4).

. The must of resurrection (John 20:9).

. The must of increase (John 3:30).

── F.E. MarshFive Hundred Bible Readings



The Servant—the Son of God. All God’s servants are sons, and all God’s sons are servants.

. Wise Servant. “ The people were astonished at His doctrine” (Matt. 7:28).

. Obedient Servant. “ I delight to do Thy will. O My God” (Psalm 40:8)

. Suffering Servant. “ Now is My soul troubled” (John 12:27).

. Confident Servant. “The word……not Mine, but the Father’s which sent Me” (John 14:24; 16:32).

. Persevering Servant. “ He stedfastly set His face” (Luke 9:51).

. Accepted Servant. “ Whatsoever ye shall ask the Father in My name, He will give it you” (John 16:23).

. Victorious Servant. “ I have glorified Thee on the earth; I have finished the work” (John 17:4).

── F.E. MarshFive Hundred Bible Readings