God is undeniably unchanging as revealed in Malachi 3:6 (CEB), “I am the Lord, I change not”. The qualities and characteristics God possessed before creating the world are the same ones God possess today. With the understanding that God is all powerful, God has the capability to do what God wants to do. Nothing is outside the realm of God’s abilities. God Almighty, is holy and righteous. God is sovereignty and merciful. God is good as stated in Psalm 34:8 (NIV) “Taste and see that the Lord is good; blesses is the man who takes refuge in him.” God is the ultimate example of love.
Although there is one God, God “manifests Himself in three distinct persons: God the Father, God the Son (Jesus) and God the Holy Spirit.” Each is separate, totally dependent, yet at the same time, completely individual. They all three work together in complete unity. All three are one in nature and purpose, yet separate. As stated earlier, “God the Father is the supreme authority; sovereign ruler of the entire universe.” God put into place the eternal plan and all things operate because of it. Jesus, the Son, “is under the Father’s authority and seeks to always do the Father’s will.” Jesus seeks to glorify God in all that Jesus does. The Holy Spiri...
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... indicates. I believe that Jesus was sent to the earth fully human to experience the emotions of life that humanity experiences. Those emotions being joy, sadness, compassion, love, anger, and a number of other human emotions. Jesus was able to portray a life that others should strive to follow.
Jesus Christ, like all humans, was born of a women. He was “educated in the religion and culture of his people and knew of the political tensions in his land under Roman occupation.” Luke 2:40 (NRSV) tells us “The child (Jesus) grew and became strong, filled with wisdom; and the favor of God was upon him.” In addition to experience the human emotions, Jesus experience first-hand the pangs of hunger and thirst, exhaustion, weariness, grief of a loved one dying and felt the sting of rejection. He was tempted just as all humans are tempted, however, he remained sinless.
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