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The Logic of Jesus Christ

mindspirit The Logic of Jesus ChristThe last post on logically concluding Jesus Christ being the Son of God, God, has had me thinking. When I came to the belief that God really exists, it was an extremely spiritual journey and experience. It was something I wanted to be true, but something that I my mind couldn’t allow me to believe. Only through the strange and wonderful world that God brought me through, an absolutely impossible series of coincidences, along with an overwhelming sense of love and change starting from the day that I asked Him to come into my life, was I able to truly believe in Him. It was an internal feeling and change as much as anything.

I had the same type of expectation for the realization that Jesus is who the Bible says. That is possible where some unbelief and even possibly disappointment arrived. Jesus was a man who walked this earth. The story of his life is a story of man. (Maybe I am not going to be able to explain this correctly at first.) The miracles that he performed were those of the Holy Spirit working through him. Yet, I was expecting this same kind of filling of my spirit, indwelling I guess we would say, when I came to believe in him. But one, my spirit is filled, be filled already. How would I recognize, well, a physical change.

The look at prophesy which fortold him was profound. When I first read 1 Corinthians 15, I almost didn’t sleep for two days looking into what Paul was talking about, the ‘according to Scriptures’ part. And then, I reread the part in Luke 24:25-27. Luke 24:27 And beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, he explained to them what was said in all the Scriptures concerning himself. I still have a good chunck of the Old Testament to read for the first time and love when I run across something which seems to point to Jesus.

The realization that Jesus is who God says he is (it’s such a strange way to write this if you believe fully) is less a spiritual realization and a logical thought process. Much of me doesn’t want it to be this way. I want Jesus to be an overwhelming spiritual force in my life. God is that for me. I walk past and thank Jesus when I go to talk to God. Arrogant? You bet. Still, there is no condemnation. And I am confident in the change that has begun.

I’m still troubled by the Trinity. Yet, I capitalize the word. One of the draft posts I’m working on is a look at how Jesus worshiped, prayed, spoke with, to and about God. I just feel uncomfortable that I may someone be worshiping an idol, this image of Jesus or putting a god before God. Crazy? Maybe. But as I stated in the main purpose of this blog, questions unasked lead to unbelief. It’s better to pursue important questions and not leave them hanging.

Ahh, Lord I want to get my mind out of the way and just worship you in a totally spiritual way. Help me get there please.

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