Well said brother, no matter what you call me , I really appreciate it. But I will beg you not be upset.
JESUS HAD THE SPIRIT OF FEARING GOD IN HIM -
JESUs SAID hE DOESNT KNOW WHEN THE HOUR WILL COME
If He didn't fear God , who else will He fear ? Satan?
I said the other time that" He want us to use his lifestyle as Example" if he didn't fear God, how did He expect us to fear God also?
He said he didn't know the time, because if he had told us the time, some people today will be doing another thing, they won't worship nor fear God again, until the day is near, people will say " let me enjoy myself and I will repent later when the day is about to come.
JESUS SAID "WHY DO YOU CALL ME GOOD? NO ONE IS GOOD EXCEPT GOD ALMIGHTY ALONE"
Jesus has brought Himself down to our level ( that was why He became flesh) , that's why He said that. Can I ask you this question? Did you ever read that Jesus committed any crime, did bad thing?
JESUS HAD NO WILL
Meaning of WILL:- A desire, purpose, or determination. *Jesus DESIRED to come to the world . Rev. 5
*He came PURPOSEFULLY to die for our sins, for our salvation, and to give us eternal life.
* He DETERMINED to die for our sins, if He didn't , He wouldn't Have allow them to captured Him. Matt 26:53 Do you think I cannot call on my Father, and he will at once put at my disposal more than twelve legions of angels? He knew what He came to this world for, and didn't use His power change His plan. So how can you said He has no will?
Jesus was Miraculous because he had to match
Melchizedek, who was the Jews highest Priest,
who had no father and no mother, and no
beginning and no end.
It begins with a quick summary of the story in
Genesis 14: "This Melchizedek was king of Salem
and priest of God Most High. He met Abraham
returning from the defeat of the kings and blessed
him, and Abraham gave him a tenth of
everything" ( Heb. 7:1-2).
the unusual name is explained. The Hebrew
word melek means king, and tsedek means
righteousness, so his name is explained as
meaning "king of righteousness." And since
shalom means peace, he was also the "king of
peace" (v. 2). These titles are significant because
Melchizedek prefigures Jesus Christ.
Then we are told that Melchizedek was "without
father or mother, without genealogy, without
beginning of days or end of life, like the Son of
God he remains a priest forever" (v. 3).
Melchizedek’s name was translated “king of
righteousness” (Hebrew 7:2).
Prophet Isaiah said about Christ, “Behold, a King
will reign in righteousness…” (Isaiah 32:1).
Christ is the King of righteousness (Romans 3:24;
Hebrew 7:26).Melchizedek was called the
(Genesis 14:18), king of Salem meaning “king of
peace.” Christ is the king of peace, “For unto us a
Child is born, unto us a Son is given… and His
name will be Prince of peace. Of the increase of
His government and peace there will be no end
(Isaiah 9:6, 7). Peace started by His birth, that is
sung by the angels (Luke 2:14). He is also the
giver of peace, “Peace I leave with you My peace I
give to you; not as the world gives do I give to
you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it
be afraid” (John 14:27; cf. John 16:33).
All the kings came from Judah’s tribe and the
priests from Levi’s. However, Melchizedek was
both a king and a priest, “For Melchizedek, king
of Salem, priest of the Most High God.” (Hebrew 7:1). Christ is the only One who came as King and Priest, “He shall bear the glory,and He shall sit and rule on His throne, so He shall be a Priest on His throne” (Zachariah 6:13). This is why the wisemen offered Him gold and frankincense. Concerning His priesthood, David the Prophet said, “The Lord has sworn and will not relent, You are a Priest forever according to the order of Melchizedek” (Psalms 110:6). St. Paul indicates, “Therefore, if perfection were through the Levitical priesthood… what further need was there that another priest should rise according to
the order of Melchizedek, and not be called
according to the order of Aaron?” (Hebrew 7:11).
“By so much more, Jesus has become a surety of a
better covenant” (Hebrew 7:21, 22). Melchizedek was called to be “made like the Son of God” (Hebrew 7:3). Christ is the only begotten Son of God: “We have a great High Priest who has passed through the heavens, Jesus the Son of God” (Hebrew 4:14). Melchizedek was “without father, without mother, without genealogy” (Hebrew 7:3). Christ was without father, concerning His priesthood, because He came from Judah’s tribe and not from Levi’s “For it is evident that our Lord arose from Judah, of which tribe Moses spoke nothing concerning priesthood” (Hebrew 7:14). On the
other hand, Christ, as a son of Man, was without
father; and as a Son of God is without mother
(because the Virgin Mary did not give birth to His
Melchizedek was called to be “having neither
beginning of days nor an end of life” (Hebrew 7:3)
. Christ has no beginning of days or end of life
because He is the Alpha and the Omega, the
beginning and the end, eternal and everlasting
. “He ever lives to make
intercession for them” (Hebrew 7:25).
About Melchizedek’s priesthood, St. Paul said, he
“remains a priest continually” (Hebrew 7:3).
Christ’s priesthood never ends but remains
forever, “But He, because He continues forever,
had an unchangeable priesthood” (Hebrew 1:24).
Melchizedek offered bread and wine for Abraham
as a sign of love. It was the only offering in the
Old Testament, which was not bloody, but from
bread and wine (Gen 14:18). Christ offered to us
His body and blood as bread and wine as the
utmost love, which He gave for us upon the cross
for our salvation (Matthew 26:26; Mark 14:22;
Luke 22:19; John 6:51-54; 1 Corinthians 11:24).
JESUS WAS MADE FROM THE WORD, AND THIS WORD BECAME FLESH.
Even we human being was not made by word , talk less of Jesus Christ the only begotten Son of God. Although all the creation were made of word by God, but God had to stress Himself and mould human. What you don't know is that before anything were created , Jesus was there with God.
So He came in form of man
I. To show us how He want us to live our lives, He received training, be beaten and so on, despite all his Glory he became flesh to show us the way.
ii. He can in form of flesh for us to believe in Him, imagine He was a spirit, no one can ever believe in Him. Despite all this (by coming in form of man) yet,you people didn't believe in Him.
John uses the Greek word logos to describe Jesus
"in the beginning," or before creation and time
began. Logos means word, but specifically it
means the spoken word or a statement. Jesus is
God's spoken word, according to John.
John then explains that the Word (Jesus) was
"with" God and "was" God. This statement yields
two important conclusions regarding Jesus and
the Trinity: Jesus is God and existed from the
beginning as God, yet Jesus' existence is somehow
distinct from God the Father. Jesus was "with"
God and "was" God at the same time. This is the
mystery of the Trinity: all three Persons in the
Godhead are One God and yet all are distinct
from one another.
Moving to verse 3, John says that it was the Word
(Him) that created all things. From this statement,
we begin to see why Jesus is called the "Word" by
John. Consider these facts we learn from John's
Gospel and elsewhere in Scripture:
First, we know from scripture that God the Father
is Spirit (John 4:24), meaning He doesn't exist in
physical form. So, there is no physical substance
to God the Father. The Creation cannot
experience the Father as He truly is, since we are
bound to a physical dimension yet He is not
Secondly, we know that God's Spirit is likewise
invisible (John 3:6-8). He can only be known by
observing His work in the Creation.
On the other hand, Jesus is the member of the
Godhead responsible for all physical matter. As
John said, all things were made by and through
Jesus. Paul says the same thing in Col 1:15-17.
More over, Paul teaches in Colossians that Jesus is
the "image of the invisible God." Therefore, He is
the only Person in the Godhead Who has entered
into and become a part of the physical creation.
Jesus can be seen in a physical sense, because He
is the One Who entered into the Creation and
become a part of it (i.e., became incarnate).
Therefore, Jesus is the One within the Trinity Who
is associated with Creation, both as its source and
as an ambassador of the Godhead to that
Next, consider how the Creation itself was
established in Genesis 1. Genesis 1 teaches that
the world was created by the spoken word of God
(note the repeating phrase in Genesis 1, "Then
God said..."). So when God the Father determined
to created the universe and everything in it, He
"spoke" it into existence. But as John said in verse
3, Jesus was the One who made all things,
therefore we can say that Jesus was God's logos,
or spoken Word.