As the Son of Man, Jesus Christ was described by the prophet Isaiah as having no physically attractive nor desirable characteristics. As the Son of God, the Hebrew writer describes the Savior as the One through Whom God has spoken in this last age, the Heir of all things, and as He by Whom God made the worlds. The Savior is further described as the brightness of God’s glory and the express image of His Person, adding that all things are upheld by the word of His power. It is further written that He Himself purged our sins and is set at the right hand of God. Further still, Jesus Christ is much better than the angels and hath by inheritance obtained a more excellent name than they. In His infinite wisdom, God placed the absolute greatest of attributes in Him Who was otherwise physically unnoticeable.
Written by David Hayes Prophater