Jesus The Holy Spirit Analysis

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To know and understand through the revelation of the Spirit of God, the eternal oneness of Jesus the "Son", Jesus the "Father", and Jesus the "Holy Spirit". That He was and is before all things and that by him "all things consist". That Jesus is the fullness of the Godhead bodily and without controversy great is that mystery of Godliness. Even though man in his finite thinking gradually gravitated away from the leading of the Holy Spirit through the centuries, God has still through Jesus Christ revealed himself to those who have a hunger and thirst for righteousness. We can clearly understand how Jesus would utter sayings such as "before Abraham was I am" because he was the God of the Universe before there was a universe. Yet He God took on …show more content…
It is engraved in the hearts of his chosen people the Jews “Hear, oh Israel, the Lord Our God, the Lord is One”. Which becomes a part of every believing Jew’s confession morning and night. That Jesus the Messiah would be revealed as the seed of Abraham and as the Lion of the tribe of Judah by the mystical working of the Spirit of God, is to be understood only through the eyes of the Holy Spirit which in old testament times was achieved through types and shadows. The substance of full manifestation later to be accomplished as the Word Jesus who would become flesh in the personage of the Man Christ Jesus born of a Woman. “Through a virgin birth of which the supplied “seed” of impregnation would be by God the “Father”. Therefore also that Holy thing (off spring) would be called the Son of God” (Luke1:35) One of the many titles of Jesus would be “the everlasting …show more content…
Jesus is truly God manifested in the flesh. Jesus is clearly understood to be the only wise God and our Savior revealed to Jude chapter 1 vs 25. Here, Jude ascribes to Jesus attributes befitting of God himself glory, majesty, dominion, and power. Jesus was able to tell the seventy two in Luke the 10th chapter verse 17 that he beheld Satan fall from heaven as lightning because of his preeminence. And yes, the Word did become flesh and dwelt among us as stated in the Gospel of John chapter 1verse 14. The disciples were not yet filled with power from on High because God in the flesh was present with them so they could not yet fully understand from a natural mindset who Jesus really was. Phillip asked the question, “show us the father and to satisfy us”. Jesus answered when you have seen me you have seen the father (John 14:9). Nor could they grasp the concept that Jesus and his Father were one. Not just one in purpose and mission, but one in totality of being. But Jesus assured them that the comforter (Holy Spirit) who he would send in his name, who lead and guide them in all truth. The son of man would be revealed after they were filled with the Holy Ghost as the Son of God with clarity of understanding that Jesus is God the ‘only’ wise God. Thomas the disciple would after the resurrection of Jesus declare him to be “My Lord and my God”. (John: 20-28) Titus would declare that he was “looking for that blessed hope and glorious appearing of our great God and

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