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The Lord of Glory Meditations on the person, the work and glory of our Lord Jesus Christ   By: (1861-1945)

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"The Lord of Glory" by Arno Clemens Gaebelein is a remarkable collection of meditations that delves into the depth and significance of our Lord Jesus Christ. With profound insight and spiritual discernment, the author explores the person, the work, and the glory of Jesus, presenting a thorough examination of His life, teachings, and ultimate sacrifice.

Gaebelein's writing style is both accessible and engaging, effortlessly drawing readers into a journey of spiritual enlightenment. He skillfully combines biblical scholarship with heartfelt devotion, providing a balanced approach that appeals to both the intellect and the soul. Through scripture-based reflections, he invites readers to ponder the multifaceted aspects of Jesus, thereby deepening their understanding of His divinity, humanity, and redemptive mission.

One of the book's notable strengths lies in its ability to provoke profound contemplation and self-reflection. Gaebelein's meditations challenge readers to consider the implications of Jesus' work and glory for their own lives, encouraging a personal connection with the Savior. Whether discussing Christ's miraculous birth, His teachings on forgiveness and grace, or His ultimate sacrifice on the cross, the author consistently points readers toward a more intimate and transformative relationship with Jesus.

Additionally, Gaebelein displays an impressive command of biblical references, drawing upon a range of Old and New Testament passages to support his insights. This comprehensive approach enhances the book's impact, as readers encounter a rich tapestry of scriptural truth that confirms the central message of Christ's lordship and the redemptive power of His sacrifice.

While "The Lord of Glory" is undeniably a theologically informed work, its language remains accessible to a broad readership. Gaebelein strikes a harmonious balance between scholarly exploration and practical application, ensuring that readers from all backgrounds can embrace and benefit from the profound truths presented. Moreover, the book's structure, with each meditation standing alone, enables readers to engage with the text in a manner that suits their individual preferences or schedules.

Although the book's meditative nature serves as its strength, it may result in pacing that feels slower to some readers. Those who prefer a more rapid flow of ideas might find themselves desiring a somewhat tighter structure. Additionally, occasional repetition within the meditations might make certain points feel overly emphasized.

Overall, "The Lord of Glory" by Arno Clemens Gaebelein is a treasure trove of profound spiritual insights into the person, the work, and the glory of Jesus Christ. With its combination of biblical scholarship, spiritual devotion, and practical application, this book provides readers with an opportunity to deepen their understanding of the Savior and cultivate a more profound relationship with Him. Whether one is new to the faith or a seasoned believer, this book is certain to enrich the reader's spiritual journey and ignite a renewed passion for our Lord Jesus Christ.

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The Lord of Glory






456 Fourth Avenue, New York, N. Y.


Copyright 1910 by A. C. Gaebelein.

Printing by

Francis Emory Fitch

of New York


Preface Dedication The Lord of Glory Jehovah. The "I am" That Worthy Name The Doctrine of Christ The Pre eminence of the Lord Jesus Christ Ye are Christ's Christ is God's The Wonderful Honor and Glory unto Him Christ's Resurrection Song The Glory Song The Firstborn The Waiting Christ A Vision of the King The Fellowship of His Son Jesus Christ our Lord Out of His Fulness, The Twenty second Psalm The Exalted One A Glorious Vision My Brethren The Patience of Christ He Shall Not Keep Silent The Love of Christ The Joy of the Lord This same Jesus The Wondrous Cross His Legacy What Have I to do with Idols The Never Changing One Be of Good Cheer Make Haste


For a number of years the first pages of each issue of "Our Hope" have been devoted to brief meditations on the Person and Glory of our adorable Lord Jesus Christ... Continue reading book >>

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