Did Jesus meet I Am before?
Question: Did Jesus meet I Am before?
I have never noticed in the Bible where it said God in heaven came to Jesus. It is written that he prays to God in heaven and that he speaks to him but has God ever came to Jesus physically or was it all spiritually. I know God came to him some way cuz how else would Jesus know to go these places and show these ppl I am real. (My point is Jesus had so much faith in God but we as ppl sometimes struggle for faith every moment of the day what more could we possibly need can't be miracles because we see those daily)
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First you will see in John 1:1 In the beginning was the Word (Jesus), and the Word (Jesus)was with God, and the Word (Jesus) was God. The same was in the beginning with God. All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.
When Jesus was on earth you are leaving one person out and that is the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit was with him. And the Holy Spirit is our guide, our comfort, our love, our wisdom, are leader. He is who is here on earth with us now. We shouldn't even make a move without knowing what the H.S. has said.
The bible says faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God. If you are struggling I would first start by looking at how much time you are spending in the word, how much time are you spending in meditation (speaking the word over your life), listening to the Holy Spirit. If you do what Christ did you will get the results Christ got. We have the same Holy Spirit.
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What do you mean did He meet I Am? He is I Am...
No I don't believe there was any physical interaction between Jesus and the Holy Spirit or Jesus and the Father, because God is spirit.
All interaction was spiritual.
And as His offspring, we can have the same interaction with God as we see Jesus having in the Gospels. That is why it tells us in Hebrews that they shall all know me from the least to the greatest. We are all born of His eternal spirit having His life, His light, and His nature that allows us to come boldly unto His throne of grace as His children and receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need. It is why we can draw near to God and He draws near to us.
God in heaven came to us in the form of His Son. Jesus Christ came to this earth and He was the apaugasma, or out beam of God’s glory. We are told this in Hebrews 1:3. It’s not that Jesus had faith in God. Jesus is God!
We struggle as humans everyday because we still live in a world full of distractions and we get ourselves caught up with these distractions. I myself am guilty of this. Here is what I see and I will apply this to myself only. If you agree that’s totally up to you.
I understand that I have faith. Faith dwells in me in the form of God’s Spirit. He is my faith! Now, if I know He is my faith and He lives in me and I am struggling with faith, who am I struggling with? I’m not struggling in “my” faith, I am struggling with Christ who lives in me.
I hope this makes some sense when I tell you that I am under the conviction that most of my struggles on a day to day basis are not with Satan because he’s already been defeated.
Most of my struggles are with Christ and here is why I say this. I know I have His Spirit in me. I know I’m to be under His persuasion (faith) at all times. I know that!
Here’s my problem. Even though I have received Christ and He has given me His Spirit, I still live in this fleshly body and I still struggle with the things of this world and I allow myself to get distracted.
The bible tells me that I am to submit continuously to the things of the Lord, but my flesh wants to go in a different direction. We can’t get away from that and I believe Jesus knows this. Even Paul struggled with the same things we struggle with, the same distractions, and the same struggles with the flesh that we struggle with.
So, how do we deal with this? We struggle, plain and simple. What are we to do? God knows our struggles and He knows what we are going through and what does He tell us? Submit to Him, that’s it!
For a believer who is in Christ, and Christ in them, there has to be conviction. There has to be! It is impossible for anyone who is born of God’s Spirit to not have conviction.
I struggle, and I know most of my struggles are with God, and with my struggles comes conviction. I know what I am to do. I am to submit! If I don’t submit I will struggle, unless of course there’s no conviction which would lead me to question the presence of His Spirit in me.
Miracles and physical evidence should not define our faith or lack thereof. Jesus Christ is our faith, He is our persuasion and if we are struggling, I think it’s because of our unwillingness to submit to the persuasion of His Spirit in us.
My friend, I hope this makes a tiny bit of sense.
This post was not for me but more for ppl who have little faith in God because they can't see God.
"the Mark of the Beast" is the enforcement of SUNday worship!
Vatican's "New World Order"
"Sunday laws must be enforced"- quoted as "principles contained in the Constitution" of the orginial organization, (then called The American Sabbath Union), cited in The Lord's Day Alliance, Twenty-fifth Report, page 5
source : Remnantofgod.org
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