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I believe the example referenced from John 4 demonstrates exactly the purpose Paul has in mind here. Let's compare the two: From the OP: he is called to account From John 4: 16 Jesus saith unto her, Go, call thy husband, and come hither. -- From the OP: the secrets of his heart are disclosed From John 4: 17 The woman answered and said, I have no ...


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Luke 7: 36Then one of the Pharisees invited Jesus to eat with him, and He entered the Pharisee’s house and reclined at the table. 37When a sinful woman from that town learned that Jesus was dining there, she brought an alabaster jar of perfume. 38As she stood behind Him at His feet weeping, she began to wet His feet with her tears and wipe them with her ...


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There are two matters here. Jesus was a prophet as predicted in Deut 18:15, 18-20 and documented as fulfilled in Acts 3:21-23. This is confirmed numerous times in other places such as: Matt 13:57, 21:11, 46, Mark 6:4, Luke 4:24, 24:19, John 4:44, 6:14, etc. This is NOT to suggest that Jesus was merely a prophet, He was the divine Son of God, but during ...


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Jesus, we are told consistently is a man and we have no evidence to suggest he was also God. We are told ’he and the Father were one’. We know this has nothing to do with one substsnce, but being of one mind and purpose with God. He was filled with God’s spirit, and being without sin, his understanding of all that was going on around him was crystal clear. ...


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To the OP's list, we might also add another, also from the Gospel of John 2:24, 25 - But Jesus did not entrust Himself to them, for He knew them all. He did not need any testimony about man, for He knew what was in a man. According to John 14:12 - Truly, truly, I tell you, whoever believes in Me will also do the works that I am doing. He will do even ...


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