Jesus 1: 1-17 Analysis

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Jesus The Messiah Came In Obedience

John 1:1-2 in the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God. The same was in the beginning with God.

God sends whoever He wants, when He wants and how He wants. In the beginning the Word. God sent his Word manifested in the flesh (John 1:1, 14). He started with was and ended with was. In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God. Jesus came in flesh, dwelled among us and we knew him not. He revealed himself and we didn’t want to know him. John 1:10-11 he was in the world that was made by him and the world knew him not. He came even to his own and they received him not.

John 5:1-17 there was a convocation and Jew’s from
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It commemorated God’s rest one man was to share but man forfeited by sin. The hope of sharing that rest was not wholly lost; it was to be regained by what Christ would do for man. It is now a symbol or type only; not the essential thing. Now we celebrate the Lord’s…show more content…
Jesus emphasized that man’s physical need of food is of more importance than his observation of the Sabbath which is a symbol only. The disciples were hungry and did eat. The Pharisees complained

The Sabbath perhaps was the most beneficial institution which
God gave the Jew’s it did three things for them:

1. It preserved their identity as a distinct people and that preservation was essential to God’s plan for the world,
2. It gave a chance for those religious ideas and exercises which were Israel’s best gift to mankind,
3. It was one perhaps the chief one, of many social ameliorations characteristic of Judaism and in which she was an example to the ancient world.

These facts account for the strictness of Sabbath laws uncongenial to present day sentiment, though they were stricter in appearance than in fact.

Jesus the Messiah was in the Temple at the Passover, He that they looked for was among them but they knew it not. They looked for proof of who he was. The miracles He did validated him. They rejected him when they came to know who he was. They treated him as a mere man. They saw him as such. His Ministry validated who He was dramatically the Christ,

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