“To live is Christ” means that when we sin we have a propitiation and a parakletos. We have an advocate whose blood speaks a better word for us. Better than all our excuses and all our broken promises. We have a union with Christ’s own righteousness that drives us deeper and deeper into our Father’s arms of love. Especially when we fail him.
“To live is Christ” means we can trust the gentle and compassionate sin removal process of our Lamb. As we behold the Lamb’s sacrifice for us on the cross, our hearts are drawn in love and grace to him as all else fades away.
Exodus 25:10-11. “They shall make an ark of acacia wood. Two cubits and a half shall be its length, a cubit and a half its breadth, and