Jesus’ Human Experience
Some people think Jesus was never tempted to sin, that he was above it all, that he could not have failed in the task the Father set for him – to live a sinless human life. Is that true? Consider the issue in Jesus’ Human Experience.
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“I know that my Redeemer liveth, and that in the last day I shall stand upon the earth, and I shall see God.” Do you know who said that? Job said that. He said that before Jesus Christ came. And that’s interesting because we talked on Passover about how Christ had to come to pay for our sins. And we talked on the First Day of Unleavened Bread about how He had to come as a man so that we could understand God as a man. Job didn’t have that blessing that we have. I know we’re going to know more about God when we are all in God’s family. Paul said, “We see through a glass darkly,” but not as darkly as Job. So we’ve had some illumination from God about His nature and how He is.
Today we’re going to talk about God coming as Jesus Christ for one other reason – to pay for our sins, so that we could understand God better, and then this one. So let’s go to John 8, and verse 39. I’m going to try to keep you in suspense. See if you can figure out what the third reason is. When you get it, raise your hand. No, just kidding. Just kidding.