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It means the time has come for the kingdom of God to begin. See also Galatians 4:4 But when the fullness of time had come, God sent forth his Son....


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Jesus was baptized by John on behalf of man in the ways of Men as the Son of Man representing men(For there was none greater than John born of a woman but still the least in the Kingdom of God) after which was Baptized by the Father through the Holy Spirit in the way of heaven, as the Son of God representing heaven. Thus Jesus became anointed as the ...


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I believe that theories of the eschatalogical Jesus contend that perhaps Jesus used the phrase "Son of Man" to refer not to himself but to someone yet-to-come, i.e. as a prophecy of a future person's arrival. This may have originated with Schweitzer. I'm not an expert in the field so I do not know how plausible different experts believe this theory to be. ...


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From International Standard Bible Encyclopedia This is the favorite self-designation of Jesus in the Gospels. In Matthew it occurs over 30 times, in Mark 15 times, in Luke 25 times, and in John a dozen times. It is always in the mouth of Jesus Himself that it occurs, except once, when the bystanders ask what He means by the title (John 12:34). ...


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The Septuagint (LXX) mentions the "the Holy One of Israel" (τοῦ θεοῦ ... τοῦ ἁγίου Ισραηλ) in Isaiah 55:5, and the reference is to King David, who is the anointed one. (Ps 16:10 also mentions "your Holy One," but uses instead "οὐδὲ δώσεις τὸν ὅσιόν σου ἰδεῖν διαφθοράν" in reference to the anointed one, who appears to be King David in the immediate context.) ...


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David called the LORD "Holy One" in Psalm 16:10. "Holy One of Israel" appears numerous time in the O.T., mainly in Isaiah. The connotation of the Holy One of God would have to be Divine, and certainly the result for the action would be Powerful. Satin could not and can not resist the power of God. It couldn't be kingly since there was no kingdom at that ...


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Why would Jesus look for figs out of season? The simplest answer is that Yeshua was looking for figs out of season because the tree was promising them. Too often we focus on the lack of figs and the cursing of the tree, but fail to take a closer look at in the big picture. And seeing a fig tree afar off having leaves, he came, if haply he might ...



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