weary (John 4:6) • thirsty (John 4:7). • groaned within (John 11:33) • openly wept (John 11:35). • on the cross, He thirsted (John 19:28), died (John 19:30), and bled (John 19:34). • after His resurrection He still had a real body (John 20:24–29). In John’s Gospel, Jesus was
God was in Christ, reconciling the world unto himself.” 2 Corinthians 5:19a
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Colossians 1:15–20. Jesus who expresses the invisible God was Himself the Creator of all things, and has priority over all. • Hebrews 1:1–13. Jesus is the “exact representation” of God’s being, and sustains all things by His own powerful word. He is, as God, above all created beings. • Philippians 2:5–11. Jesus, though “in very nature God” voluntarily surrendered the rights of Deity to become a true human being.
“He that has seen Me has seen the Father” John 14:9