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Joel HemphillAccording To The Bible - Jesus Has A “God”

It is very clear from an honest reading of Scripture that our Lord Jesus has a God, a higher power, whom he worships (Ps. 18:49; John 4:22-23), for whom he has a reverential fear (Isa. 11:1-5; Heb. 5:25); and to whom he prays (Matt. 26:53; Luke 6:12, 22:44; Heb. 7:25). Notice these verses regarding Jesus and his God.

This is the ascended Jesus speaking, who had been in heaven with the Father for some sixty years when the book of Revelation was written, but he still refers to God as “myGod” four times in this verse. It is for sure that Jesus cannot be the Supreme God, while he at the same time has a God to whom he submits.

    • “I can of mine own self do nothing” (Jesus speaking) (John 5:30).

    • “...my Father is greater than I” (Jesus speaking) (John 14:28).

    • “...the head of Christ is God(Paul speaking) (I Cor. 11:3).


 

 

 

 

 

Other Articles by Joel Hemphill - What Gabriel Said to Mary, A Timeline,   The Hellenization of Christianity 

Jesus and His “I am” Statements God The Father’s Servant — Jesus

 

 

 





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