Here we will attempt to explain any mysteries concerning Christ Jesus

There is a great mystery concerning Jesus, known as the Christ; the anointed one of God. He has been known as many things, but chiefly as the Son of God. Have you ever sat down and thought about what meant when he claimed to be the Son of God? Lets look at what it meant to the people of his time; his people the Jews.

They all lived in a more simple time; a time where words did not have fifty million definitions. They knew that if two dogs made a baby it would be a dog. This was because God made the animals to bear seed after their own kind (Gen. 1:19-27), this was taught in the Law and the Prophets (the old testament). For Jesus to be the Son of God, he as to be the same type of being that his father is; God. This is what the Jews of his time understood him proclaiming. That He believes that he is God almighty, and thereby better than those around him. This is why he is hated; he also speaks about the traditions of his time, and breaks them every chance he gets. Let’s back up and see if there really is any confusion concerning Jesus.

St. John the Divne paints a through picture of Jesus; this is becasue he is one of Jesus’ closest confidants, and a original part of the inner circle of Jesus. The inner circle traviels with Jesus in most of the places that he goes, and are exposed to events that the other disciples are not invited too. These events include but are not limited to: The transfiguration of Jesus (Matt. 17, Mark 9:2-10). They are also asked to tarry and pray with Jesus while Jesus is in the Garden of Gethsemane. John’s account of Jesus Christ magnifies the other testimonials by the writers of the other Gospels by leaps and bounds.  The first chapter of the book of John starts: In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with and the Word was God. This is the explanation of the ministry that is shared by John the Baptist, and Jesus Christ.  It ios fair to say that Jesus (who when he found himself fashioned as a man, humbled himself til the death on the cross, and found it not robbery to be equal with God. Phil. 2:5-11)has started the plan of salvation through the ministry of John the Baptist.  The Archagnel Gabriel proclaims that John the Baptist would go before the Lord (Jesus) in the spirit and power of Elijah (see the ministry of Elijah I Kings 17-II Kings 2:13). When we dissect the testimonial of John the divine, we find an explanation for the works of Jesus.  Let’s look into the reasoning behind the statements that Jesus made on earth.