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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

Jehovah’s Witness Myopic View Of Jesus (I)

Simple logic should inform anyone that whatever or whoever exists before creation is indubitably as eternal as Jehovah! 'Word' in the Greek is logos (log'-os): 'something said (including the thought); by implication a topic (subject of discourse), also reasoning (the mental faculty) or motive; by extension a computation; specifically (with the article in John) the Divine Expression (that is, Christ).' Logos is the totality of God's mind, thought, word and being. Did God have to create the Word before creationism? That will be tantamount to His Divine dumbness ere creation. So, the correct answer will be a resounding, "No! He wasn't dumb."Read More