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What are some character traits you would use to describe Jesus?

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    LoliHeyposted 23 months ago

    What are some character traits you would use to describe Jesus?

    What was Jesus like?

  2. Pacesetter Abbey profile image50
    Pacesetter Abbeyposted 23 months ago

    The first thing Jesus portrayed was obedience, he obeyed God the father to be used as a sacrifice for the cleansing of our sins. He took the place of lambs and he became the ultimate sacrifice (he died for the whole world, even while we hated the father).
    ["Greater love has no one than this: to lay down his own life for his friends" (John 15:13). He also became a friend]
    Moving on, Jesus also portrayed humility; he humbled himself to be in the form of man (in the flesh). He was also humble enough to be referred to as "the son of Man," "the son of Joseph the carpenter," "Jesus of Nazareth," and so on. 
    Jesus was also a learner (as a child). Even though he knew everything God knows, he still studied, read books, and sat with old men to teach and to be taught.
    Without giving any further explicit detail, I will just mention the other notable characters evident in him: Generous, Loving, Patient, Forgiving, Friendly, Caring, and it just goes on and on...

  3. Dr CHE Sadaphal profile image75
    Dr CHE Sadaphalposted 23 months ago

    The Lamb of God, the Messiah, holy, anointed, just, loving, obedient, sinless, and perfect.

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    Norine Williamsposted 23 months ago

    John 1:14 "And the WORD (GOD) was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld HIS "GLORY," the "GLORY" (Did you hear?) "AS OF" (Which mean "like unto" not "of?") the only begotten of the Father,) full of "GRACE" and "TRUTH!"

    When are you all going to "see" - JESUS IS GOD in the "GLORY" "as of" the only begotten "Son" of the "Father?"  That SAME "SELF-SAME SPIRIT" (I Corinthians 12:11) "Fathered" HIMSELF, came into the world in the "GLORY" of Jesus Christ, while being EVERYWHERE else at the SAME TIME!  Too much for GOD or too much for what you've been "taught?" 

    MOST need to STOP "LIMITING GOD" to two or three "persons" or "The Trinity" and/or "spin offs" thereof!  "GOD is a SPIRIT" (John 4: 23-24) and HIS "character traits" are UNLIMITED!  HE can use evil as well to "accomplish HIS will" (Isaiah 45:7)! 

    DON'T LIMIT GOD!

    HE "tried" to relate to "mere-man" but without "WAITING" one will NEVER "see!"  Didn't HE always speak in parables (Matthew 13:10-13)?  What makes you think HE didn't present HIMSELF as An Allegory?

    THE GREATEST ALLEGORY IN SCRIPTURE!

 
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