Let us take a look at Jesus. Let us pray that the Holy Spirit may unveil

him and present him to us clearly. Now we see him. We see him as our all

and as in all. Can you see him thus? Is he everything to you? and is he in

everything that comes to you?

Let us take a view of Jesus through two texts of Scripture. First, "And

hath put all things under his feet." Eph. 1:22. We see him as our

protector. Christ h
s conquered all, and God has put all things under his

Son's feet. In all the world there is no evil thing that can harm the

child of God. Jesus cares for his children. How safe we feel! He is our

refuge, our strong tower, our buckler, and our shield. Discouragements,

doubts, fears, disease, Satan, and all that would antagonize us are under

his feet and so can never do us harm.

Second, "The Father loveth the Son, and hath given all things into his

hand." Every good thing is in the hand of Jesus. He stands ready to give

them to his children. There is not a need you can ever have but Jesus has

in his hand something with which to supply that need. His loving hand is

extended to you. It contains something that will meet all your needs in

life. Praise the Lord!

Nothing can harm us, for every harmful and harming thing is beneath the

feet of our Lord. So we need not fear. We can never fail to have all our

needs supplied, for Jesus stands with outstretched hand to give just what

we need just when we need it. Do you see Jesus as such? Open your eyes

wide, look and live, and be happy and free.