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hypostatic union


When He said, “I thirst,” that was the humanity of Jesus Christ. God is never in want, as a matter of fact. When He experienced tiredness and had to sleep or rest, that was the human nature of the hypostatic union. How do I know that Christ does not fall asleep? It says of Him as the covenant Keeper in Psalm 121:4 “Behold, he that keepeth Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep.” When He said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life;” when we heard the scriptural, “…and the Word was made flesh,” and when He made the pronouncement, “I am the resurrection,” those were the utterances of the Divine nature of the Christ. How can He say, “…without Me ye canst do nothing,” if the nature of Divinity is not of the hypostatic union? When He looked at them and produced the express vocality of, “Before Abraham was, I am,” what irked their adrenaline convulsions was that, after He uttered the first three words, He concluded with, “I Am,” dramatically placing His wide spread hand on His chest, to claim the sobriquet of the covenant name, making Jesus the Jehovah. He actually called Himself, “JEHOVAH!”Read More


The Reverend taught us that there are two ways of studying the Bible. One is: 'reading out of the Bible,' and the other being 'reading into the Bible.' Reading into the Bible means adding of your personal ideas to God's word. This is the practice of too many readership of God's protocol. The bane of scriptural adulteration. Reading out of the Bible is the appropriation of the raw, undiluted word of God. Few do take the Word for what it says. This is why the Hebrew and the Greek interpretations are so germane. Amen!Read More

Jehovah’s Witness Myopic View Of Jesus (VII)

He is both God and man: the son of man and the Son of God. Theologically it is called the hypostatic union. This is where God and man merge, forming an unprecedented compound of Jesus Christ. As a man, He is limited in wisdom, knowledge and power. As Christ, He is the Almighty, the wonderful everlasting Father. In Revelation 1:8 He calls Himself 'Almighty,' which is pantokratōr (pan-tok-rat'-ore) in Greek and it means: 'the all ruling, that is, God (as absolute and universal sovereign).' Isaiah announced Him as 'Wonderful' in chapter 9 verse 6. It is the Hebrew pele' (peh'-leh): 'a miracle.'Read More

What Enigmatizes Jesus (1)

"For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace". Is it not because there is a clear difference between 'child' and 'son'? The child is the incarnation of the Eternal Son. The 'child' is the humanity of Him while the 'son' is His Deity, (it can only be given): this is the hypostatic union. Jesus is 100% man and 100% God; and is enigmatically in one Personage (leaving science stupefied: for no compound comes to this calculation).Read More


The Incarnation teaches the doctrine of the hypostatic union. The first time I heard this from the tutoring lips of Reverend Chris Okotie, I went “Wow!” Hypostatic union means that Jesus Christ was one hundred percent God and one hundred percent man. Incredulous!Read More