The Portrait Of Jesus In The Gospel Jesus

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The portrait of Jesus is portrayed in the Gospel Matthew with Jesus being seen as the healer and a miracle worker. This is where everyone started to see Jesus differently and gain a new perspective of Jesus. He performed miracles that the people deemed as not possible. One example, is when Jesus stepped into a boat, crossed over and came to his own town. 2 Some men brought to him a paralyzed man, lying on a mat. When Jesus saw their faith, he said to the man, “Take heart, son; your sins are forgiven.” Jesus then told the man to get up and walk and the man was healed. Unattributed: Citing Sources:[https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew%209] para 1 The people witnessed these events with their own eyes so there was no way Jesus ' miracles were fake. One of the miracles that caught my attention and I thought was intriguing was Matthew 14:15-21. This is the story of when Jesus was with the disciples and fed the five thousand people, using only the few loaves and fish of the small boy. As the gospel said, the crowds of people were all gathered in a remote place and it was getting late and the disciples wanted to send the people away to the village so they could buy some food. Jesus replied saying it was a bad idea and that we should just feed them the loaves of bread and fish. There wasn 't enough and Jesus looked and prayed to heaven and gave thanks and broke pieces for everyone to eat. He handed them out and fed the disciples, himself, and at least five thousand men, women, and children. The people gave their thanks and Jesus was looked upon greatly because he helped feed the people. Now this miracle does not involve healing, but i find it absolutely fascinating and absolutely amazing how the Lord can turn such a sm... ... middle of paper ... ...n every day in society when you go to church and they speak of his life. Even students here at ORU are trying to show you the word of God and just spread his word and the knowledge that he knows in order for others to have the faith in him and know of his occurrences in life. An example of today’s society about Jesus being humble would be when he used to perform miracles and exorcisms he did not want the world to know so he would keep it a secret and did not want others to know because it would just stir troubles in his life. That is what some churches are doing in today’s society. They do things and keep it from us, whether it is good or bad. But otherwise, Jesus did nothing but good to everyone and helped others succeed in life. And these gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, are great examples of how he succeeded and what he needed to do in order to help others.

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