For century’s scholars, philosophers, religious leaders have wondered who the man Jesus was supposed to be. Many said he was a great prophet, others the greatest man who ever lived and some say he was the Son of God, dying for the sins of the world.
During our lives we spend so much time exploring religion trying to finding answers. We've looked to evolution to explain how the human world came into existence. We use religion as a way of trying to find meaning in our lives. Yet each individual still may have there very own personal reasons for what they seek. Even the most brilliant minds cannot explain death, why there is suffering or why a rainbow appears after every storm.
It's in our nature to long for something more, something beyond ourselves. We have our own opinions and ideas on what or who that might be. But do we really ever find the answer looking through books or practicing religious nature? Have you ever spent silent moments in nature listening to the wind and staring in awe? It's a special and beautiful world in which we live. Have you ever held a tiny newborn in your arms, wondering how such a miracle existence?
It's often when we look beyond the confounds of the human mind that we find what we're looking for.
As for Jesus, that's a question only you can answer. Jesus asked his disciple Peter, "Who do you say I am?
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"As for Jesus, that's a question only you can answer. Jesus asked his disciple Peter, "Who do you say I am?" Thank you for putting this in there. That, indeed, is a personal question we must all answer. And God holds us accountable for the answer. I hope this will cause us all to think more on who we say Jesus is. May God bless. Thomas