Christ like person, Person ? b4 saying as person or more christ like person i would like to share, Jesus Christ is normal person or God?
Every human in this world, die one day. But Jesus was
raised back on the third day of his death (LK 24:6).
A normal man cannot rise again after his death. Jesus
lead a life without even a small sin (Jn 8:46). He
was testified as guiltless by Pilate the officer who
enquired Him (Lk 23:4, 14, 22). Jesus was witnessed
as a sinless person by his own apostles (1 Pet 2:22).
Today can anyone say that he has not done even a
single sin? Can any pre-eminent scholars, reformers
or leaders say that they are guiltless? Jesus walked
on the water like dry ground (Mat 14:25). Jesus
penetrated the closed room and entered in (Jn 20:19).
He was disappeared when the Pharisees tried to arrest
Him, before the appointed time (Jn 8:59). A normal
man cannot say, “Where two or three are gathered
together in My name, I am there in the midst of them”?
(Mat 18:20) and “I am with you always even to the end
of the age” (Mat 28:20). You cannot look at a normal
man and say, “Now we are sure that You know all things
and have no need that anyone should question You. By
this we believe that You came forth from God”. (Jn
16:30). A normal man cannot say, “All authority has
been given to Me in heaven and on earth (Mat 28:18).
No so-called ‘gods’ can say, “I am He who lives and
was dead and behold, I am alive forevermore” (Rev.
1:18). No leader can concert the water into wine. We
can go on telling like this. God can do any thing
other than committing sins. Can we ask God whether He
can be manifested in flesh? Who has known the mind of
the Lord that he may instruct Him? (1 Cor 2:16), Who
has become his counselor? (Rom 11:34). Can man decide
how God must be? I am not trying to justify one ‘god’
beheading the other “small god” and ‘god’ doing
eve-teasing the girls who are taking bath. Our God is
in heaven. He does whatever He pleases (Ps 115:3).
The history would not have been divided into two as AD
and BC if Jesus were a normal man.
Be Ready always to answer with meekness and reverence to people, who inquire about our faith. 1 Peter 3:15