Jesus Comparture Analysis

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Jesus exhibited a staunch devotion to the Father and submitted to His will perfectly, even during, His brutal and unjust death. As a child, Jesus at the young age of twelve, understood the importance of being about His Father’s business despite the expectations of others, including His earthly parents. After a feast, upon heading home, Joseph and Mary searched and searched for Him and finally found that He had stayed behind and He was in the temple listening to and asking questions of the teachers therein. In the mist of His parent’s distress they questioned why He was there and His response was, “Why were you looking for me? Did you not know that I must be in my Father 's house?” This revealed that at a young age, He knew that God had authority …show more content…
His love for the Father was genuine and therefore He didn’t merely seek to be known by the Lord in public, He also sought Him privately, “In these days he went out to the mountain to pray, and all night he continued in prayer to God.” He clearly understood the importance of fostering a personal relationship with the Father through communion and fellowship in …show more content…
In doing so they would assuredly love others, as that is His will. Gleaning from His example, the church should strive to teach people how to develop intimate relationships with the Father through personal prayer and a deep understanding of His will for their lives and others, this should be the foundation of their effort towards social justice. They should help people to realize that their relationship with the Father should be unlike any other than they have ever experienced on earth and their devotion to His will should override any experience or emotion they may face. The church should seek encourage people to read the word by themselves and show them how to interpret it for themselves, a possible way of doing this would be by offering base level hermeneutics classes. Lastly, the church should inspire people to commit to doing the Lord’s will not matter what adversities come their way by making sure that everyone in the church is leading by example and striving towards the goal of walking like

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