Eating, sleeping, walking, laughing, living with them, growing tired, hungry and thirsty with them, his dirty, hurting feet throbbing like theirs.
Jesus, in His incarnate humanity, also offered full proof of his divinity. While tenting with mankind, His many astounding miracles forced people to lift their sights to God.
Yet, so many in Jesus’ day wanted to pick and choose the parts of His teachings to their liking. The same dynamic is at work today.
It is essential, therefore, that we take another good look at the Gospel of John, which presents Jesus as the Son of God who is “the one and only.”