This article looks at the active obedience that Christ practiced so that we might inherit eternal life.
Looking at the glorified body of Christ descrdibed in John 20:27 in relationship to Hebrews 2:10, this article shows that Jesus's glorified body has scars and wounds on it. This is crucial in order to show the permanence of the priesthood of Christ. Christ's glorified body reassures us that just as Christ's sufferings were and are eternally purposeful, so are ours; scars and wounds are not contrary to perfection.
Part of Christ's humiliation was becoming a man in a sinful world in order to save his sinful people. The Lord of glory "made Himself of no reputation" (Phil. 2:7) by becoming one of us. Jesus Christ had to undergo the humiliation of being born in this world because he, as the Second Adam, had to be truly of the earth while still being of heaven.
This article gives three reasons why the miracles of Jesus are still relevant today: they show that he is fully God, fully human, and the one and only Messiah.
This article shows how the theme of the suffering servant in Isaiah is fulfilled in Christ. In this way Christ fulfilled what Israel failed to fulfill.