Let us gaze upon Jesus, as the Author and the completion of our faith, who, having joy laid out before Him, endured the cross, disregarding the shame, and who now sits at the right hand of the throne of God. (Heb 12:2)
And He did not permit him, but He said to him, Go to your own people, in your own house, and announce to them how great are the things that Lord has done for you, and how He has taken pity on you. (Mk 5:19)
Seek the Lord, all you meek of the earth; you who have been working are His judgment. Seek the just, seek the meek. So then, in some way, you might be hidden in the day of the fury of the Lord. (Zep 2:3)
Otherwise, He would need to have suffered repeatedly since the beginning of the world. But now, one time, at the consummation of the ages, He has appeared in order to destroy sin through His own sacrifice. (Heb 9:26)
For this is the testament which I will set before the house of Israel, after those days, says the Lord. I will instill My laws in their minds, and I will inscribe My laws on their hearts. And so, I will be their God, and they shall be My people. (Heb 8:10)
Quia hoc est testamentum, quod disponam domui Israel post dies illos, dicit Dominus: Dando leges meas in mentem eorum, et in corde eorum superscribam eas: et ero eis in Deum, et ipsi erunt mihi in populum.
And so He has said: “It is a small thing that you should be My Servant so as to raise up the tribes of Jacob, and so as to convert the dregs of Israel. Behold, I have offered you as a light for the Gentiles, so that you may be My salvation, even to the furthest regions of the earth. (Is 49:6)
And since the Son is the brightness of His glory, and the figure of His substance, and is carrying all things by the Word of His virtue, thereby accomplishing a purging of sins, He sits at the right hand of Majesty on high. (Heb 1:3)