Miles 830 – 835

Hey guys, welcome to Following Him!

As you head through Judea, you consider His teachings.  God loves us so much that He sent His Son.  You’ve never really thought of that before.  You were taught that God was to be feared.  That God could smite you for your transgressions.  But God is Love.  God must truly love us and care about us if He sent Jesus to us.  He talked about being born of the Spirit, to believe in the Son.  These makes sense to you.  To be beyond the worldly things and live for and with God is to be in the Spirit.  To believe in the Son?  Of course!  You’ve believed in Him His whole earthly life.  But what did He mean by Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of man be lifted up?  The serpent Moses lifted up was on a little wood pole with a cross beam.  But in lifting up the cross Moses healed all who beheld it.  That has nothing to do with Jesus establishing His Kingdom and overthrowing the Romans, does it? Just when you think you understand Jesus He says something like this.

Enjoy your walk.

Peace be with you.

 

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