Behold Our King
But quantity of a lower kind can do nothing against quality of a higher kind.
UNBELIEF ASKS, “WHAT IS TRUTH?” WITH A CYNICAL CONTEMPT TOWARDS THOSE WHO BELIEVE THAT THEY HAVE FOUND IT
SCEPTICISM ASKS, “WHAT IS TRUTH?” WITH THE SADDEST DOUBT AS TO THE POSSIBILITY OF ATTAINING IT.
INQUIRY PUTS THE QUESTION, “WHAT IS TRUTH?” WITH SINCERE AND PRAYERFUL INTEREST.
FAITH ASKS, “WHAT IS TRUTH?” AND RECEIVES TO THE QUESTION AN ANSWER DEFINITE, ASSURED, AND SATISFYING.
He qualifies His language, guarding it, by the “but now,” i.e. at the present time, my Kingdom is not of this world and my servants do not fight, leaving the plain inference that at some future time, just as prophesied, His servants would fight