Jesus Is Human And Divine

The Gospel of John teaches that Christ is both human and divine:

John 1:1 "In first was the Word, and the Word was with god, and the Word was God." (Jesus is God)

John 1:14 "The word became flesh making his dwelling in our midst. We percieve his glory, the glory with the One and Only, who originated in the dad, full of grace and truth." (Jesus is Human)
Jesus Culture
The most popular mistake is always to think that Jesus was half man and half God. Jesus was as fully God while he was fully man. He was not one that simply had the existence of God living within him, he was the second person with the trinity joined to humanity. When Jesus became man he failed to become any less God. As he died around the cross and resurrected from the dead he was no less human. Jesus didn't reap the benefits of his divine nature while he suffered as a man. He chose to go through the intense suffering that a man can appear and a sinless God cannot. He even refused to drink your wine laced with myrrh when he hung upon the cross. However not allow it to be asserted he didn't suffer fully and fully for your redemption of the people.
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Jesus as the second person of the trinity always knew that he would one day become a man. This truth was revealed to men in Isaiah 9:6 "For to all of us a kid is born, to us a son emerges, and the government will be on his shoulders. And the man will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father and Prince of Peace." He had for ages been God's son it really is eternity but there'd come a place over time when God's son would accept humanity and enter in the human world through birth with a virgin.

He was just like every other human in each and every way except one, he never sinned. He was pure and pristine in the holiness. He was tempted once we are, he suffered even as suffered, he felt and saw the results of sin on the planet by which he lived but he never was a victim of the vile yearnings of Satan to tug him into sinful corruption which would have disqualified him as Savior of the world.

Jesus revealed his humanity repeatedly in his 33 years on earth. He was human when weariness overtook him and he drifted off inside the boat as the disciples feared the coming storm. He was human when he attended a wedding and shared in the joy from the happy couple. He was very human when Roman soldiers captured him and dragged him towards the cross and hung him there.

But Jesus demonstrated his full divinity while he was awakened within the boat by faithless comrades and he simply spoke anything to soothe the wind and the waves. He proved his divine nature as he turned common water into special wine on the wedding and the man proved irrefutably which he was God as he refused to call 10,000 angels to his assistance because he gave himself to die on the cross. His followers knew these were considering more than a man after they looked upon the resurrected body of Jesus Christ.

Unfortunately, those who have no understanding of the actual purpose and nature of Christ wallow in a mucky swamp of confusion concerning the reason a God would turn into a human. Couldn't his willingness being human be likened to at least one people deciding to become a slug or perhaps a roach? The descent from God to man was deep and steep but Christ was motivated with a depth of affection that just God can experience. The truth that we will never within eternity comprehend it only widens the gulf between our personal humanity and his awesome divinity.

He became human so that he could die. His death was desired from the Father and Christ's purpose ended up being to please the daddy. "I have come to do your will, O God." (Heb. 10:7) The daddy requested the death from the son in order that any man willing to undergo him could be saved. The angel told the virgin to mention her child Jesus as they would "save his individuals from their sins." (Matthew 1:21) Jesus clarified his mission while he told his followers, "But I, when I am lifted up from your earth will draw all men unto myself." (John 12:32)

Jesus became human in order that he could empathize with us in our suffering. Jesus knew and experienced what it really intended to be a man. He was tempted in most way equally as we have been yet without sin "for and we don't have a superior priest who's struggling to understand our weaknesses." (Hebrews 4:15-16) Jesus was intensely human as he hung on the cross and he sought no divine advantage. Everything culminated in the words, "It is finished". He was saying, "It is completed. My mission is done. I've completed the work assigned by my Father."

God became human to show how men are to call home holy lives. Again, Christ didn't benefit from his divine nature to reside holy. He lived holy through his humanity. He demonstrated a level of holiness that's humanly possible if only we'll submit fully to him and enable him to reside through us.

I often go through the young people of Christians who finish our Christian high schools, colleges and seminaries. I am aware that younger Christians not have the maturity that just age and experience may bring. However i worry which they lack an advantage which i had once i was young. I had examples, phenomenal women and men who patterned holiness personally. Mr. Higgins, Mr. Davis and Ms. Myers mean not even attempt to those reading these words. But to me they were wonderfully, almost impossibly godly and holy. I used to be inspired and educated concerning how a person can live holy before God by people who were genuinely sanctified. Holy individuals are a rarity in modern culture. Jesus became human to indicate holiness to us.

Jesus had been a human to show us value of human life. We reside in a world that cheapens life. We abort the unborn, we live in perpetual warfare, we hide the aged away in cold facilities instead of take care of them in warm homes. The fact God became human gives life great value and meaning.

Martin Luther once told an account assertive who had been participating in a worship service and as the congregation sung what of Christ's divinity and humanity he refused to cross himself or remove his hat as was the custom in that day. "Then the devil moved up to him thus hitting him so hard it made his head spin. The devil cursed him gruesomely and said, 'If God became an angel at all like me as well as the congregation sang: "God is made an angel" I might bend not just my knees but my body to the ground...and you vile human creature, you stand there just like a stick or perhaps a stone. You hear that god failed to become an angel but a man just like you, and you simply stand there being a stick of wood." (1)

Jesus became human while he loved us, while he desired to save us for those eternity and because he wanted to please the heart of a loving Father.


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