Can someone please read Matthew Chapter 6 and comment how you feel afterwards? Jesus is not limited.
Jesus was fully man and fully divine. Jesus is not limited in the spiritual sense, but as God's Holy Spirit in his body addressing us humans which are limited He did speak of limitations in the natural. Remember, Jesus did ascend from Earth, transforming into the Spiritual in which He is not limited. We also must transform. Follow Him.
I agree, we will become spiritual someday by the virtues of Faith in Jesus Christ being the Messiah and intercessor to the Father. Amen Thank you for answering. Peace be with you!
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