May I suggest… Jesus was and is… the epitome of love and God's truth to man.

His death represents a man … the son of man … who died because of his message of God’s truths… God’s love… and the power those truths… that love… had and would have over others.

His resurrection represents God’s love remains.

His resurrection represents God’s truths… love is eternal… life is eternal.

His rejection and suffering represents the suffering of humankind… when they do not understand and know their Creator… and Father God’s infinite love and truth... God's will for all of His children and who they are as a child of God.

His rejection and sufferings represent the suffering of humankind at the hands of a corrupted world's political and religious systems.

His divinity represents the divine within us all… for has Jesus not said “It is written: You are gods” and “Be perfect… even as your Father in Heaven is perfect.”

Jesus revealed his divinity through his actions … he manifested God’s spirit of love, as love healed … as love delivered those who were prisoners of their body … their mind… and their tortured soul.

Those healed … transformed … saw God’s love… they experienced God’s power… God’s divinity ... truth in him touching themselves and others, manifesting God’s power… His love in ways and to depths they had not previously known of or received before.

Jesus loved through his words… and his deeds. He was not a hypocrite… his ways of being were authentic… revealing his faith in who he was… in Who God is… his love for God and Father God’s love and truth for all of His creation.

Jesus left us an example of what it is to walk in love … holiness... inner peace and joy … to walk with communion with God... in God's eternal truths and what ones nature is like when they live at one … as one with God’s Spirit... a free gift all can receive initially by faith through the empowerment of the Holy Spirit within.

Jesus was true to his love for his father and his promises to us… and lived a life of what he believed was his father’s will for him… and others… for the sake of all ...  for the sake of God's Kingdom … without murmuring … choosing to submit his will… because he understood and had faith in God’s love and purpose for his life and humankind.

Jesus loved God… and imparted God’s love… His message and he asks us… empowered us… through his death and victorious resurrection… to do the same.

Jesus was not simply a tortured martyr … he was victorious receiving that which His father intended … had established before the foundations of the world... for the sake of love… truth… and righteousness… for the sake of all… that we too might become co-creators with him and our Father and we dwell in His Kingdom together... as it is established on the earth... as it is already established in heaven.

May I suggest... as a child of God… having been born both of flesh and of his spirit… like Jesus... one of our highest callings is to know God and to walk in God’s love… God’s eternal truths… at one with God’s Holy and Righteous Eternal Spirit.. now and not just when we leave this human vessel as we currently experience it..

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