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Lets Read the Bible (New Testament): Matthew Chapter Four

Lets Read the Bible (New Testament): Matthew Chapter Four

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In Matthew chapter four, we learn about Jesus the Son of GOD being led into the wilderness by the Spirit, where Jesus did not eat anything for 40 days and 40 nights and afterwards He was hungry. This lesson reveals to us the human side of Jesus Christ, because like anyone who has flesh covering their bones would be hungry after not eating for 40 full days and 40 full nights, Jesus was hungry revealing that He was just as much flesh and bone as we are thus revealing His human side to us.
In Matthew chapter four, we learn about Jesus the Son of GOD being led into the wilderness by the Spirit, where Jesus did not eat anything for 40 days and 40 nights and afterwards He was hungry. This lesson reveals to us the human side of Jesus Christ, because like anyone who has flesh covering their bones would be hungry after not eating for 40 full days and 40 full nights, Jesus was hungry revealing that He was just as much flesh and bone as we are thus revealing His human side to us.

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Lets Read The Bible (New Testament): Matthew Chapter Four In Matthew chapter four we learn about !esus the "on of #$% bein& led into the wilderness b' the "pirit where !esus did not eat an'thin& for  da's and  ni&hts and afterwards *e was hun&r'+ This lesson re,eals to us the human side of !esus Christ because li-e an'one who has flesh co,erin& their bones would be hun&r' after not eatin& for  full da's and  full ni&hts !esus was hun&r' re,ealin& that *e was .ust as much flesh and bone as we are thus re,ealin& *is human side to us+
After Jesus felt the discomfort of being hungry, the Devil came unto Jesus to tempt Him as the Devil probably perceived that Jesus was weakened after such a long time of fasting. The Devil usually will flee from the strong, but as a wolf he will attack to destroy those who he perceives is weak. The Devil never changes in motive of operations, he never learns from his pattern of failures, but he instead doubles down using the same tactics as he always has done believing that this time around it will work...sometimes it does appear to be working until his plans are challenged by real strength and then like always his plans fail as they always do.When the Devil came to Jesus to tempt Him the Devil thought since Jesus !"#D$ step out of eternity !World of the %pirit$ and into time !the world of flesh$ Jesus would cave into the Devil&s trap and react to his !the Devil&s$ temptations not in a human way, but as "#D. This is important to understand, because Jesus while He is '(( percent "#D, He is also '(( percent )an and Jesus must react as a )an being led by "#D !the %pirit$. %o, when the Devil tempted Jesus with the idea of food, rescue and the world, Jesus each time rebuked the Devil&s temptations with Truth...The Word of "#D. At the final temptation Jesus demonstrated His absolute dominance over %atan by telling %atan to "o Away* Did %atan stay+ o...he went away, -ust as Jesus !%on of "#D..."#D in the lesh$ told him !%atan$ to do. This goes to prove that %atan had no real power over Jesus !"#D$ because by the way %atan reacted and acted after each time Jesus rebuked him !%atan$ and then %atan did as he was told by Jesus to /"et thee hence !"o Away$/ and %atan did as "#D told him to do 000 he !%atan$ went away. The creation is not greater than the 123AT#2..."#D is the 123AT#2 and %atan is the creation, -ust as "#D created )an...)an is not greater than "#D neither.Jesus stepped out of eternity into time to forefill a plan of %alvation, so to save fallen man of this present world. Jesus came into the world through a virgin woman named )ary and thus Jesus entered into the world in the likeness of man !flesh$, but unlike any other man ever to enter into the world, Jesus was not conceived through se4ual intercourse, but by the %pirit of "#D whom had planted a seed of the %pirit into )ary&s womb by which Jesus entered in. Jesus the second person of the "odhead has always been an eternal  being without beginning and without ending...not a creation, but the 1reator of all things seen and unseen.
 
Jesus entered into the world in the likeness of man !in the flesh$, but Jesus came by the %pirit of "#D and not the seed of man through se4ual intercourse. Jesus was sent into this world by "#D the ATH32 and Jesus is the e4pressed image of ATH32 "#D with the %pirit and ature of "#D dwelling !covered by$ in His !Jesus$ flesh. This is the reason why anytime a sick person was healed or a miracle was revealed, Jesus always gave the glory to "#D the ATH32, because these miracles did not come by any power of the flesh, but by the power of "#D through the %pirit that was covered by the flesh, which mankind did see.lesh cannot see the %pirit...the %pirit is like the wind...the wind can be felt as it passes  by, but it cannot be seen. lesh can only see flesh, so "#D had to come in the flesh to be seen by men. There are three persons of the "odhead, "#D the ATH32, the %# and the Holy %5626T, these three act as #3...in 5ower, in Word and in %pirit, but yet, they are three acting as #3. This is a really deep study, so as we continue to move along in our reading of The Holy 7ible !The Word of "#D$ we will touch on this sub-ect a little more as time goes on.While the above is only but a small part of those things that "#D is teaching us in )atthew chapter four...this is the lesson that the Holy %pirit had led me to share with you. 7esides learning about Jesus being tempted by the Devil, this chapter also teaches us about Jesus beginning to call his disciples to -oin Him in His ministry to spread the "ood  ews !the "ospel of %alvation$ to all the world.
Let/s Read The BibleMatthew 
/Then was Jesus led up of the %pirit into the wilderness to be tempted of the devil.8 And when he had fasted forty days and forty nights, he was afterward an hungred.9 And when the tempter came to him, he said, 6f thou be the %on of "od, command that these stones be made bread.: 7ut he answered and said, 6t is written, )an shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of "od.; Then the devil taketh him up into the holy city, and setteth him on a pinnacle of the temple,< And saith unto him, 6f thou be the %on of "od, cast thyself down= for it is written, He shall give his angels charge concerning thee= and in their hands they shall bear thee up, lest at any time thou dash thy foot against a stone.> Jesus said unto him, 6t is written again, Thou shalt not tempt the ?ord thy "od.
 
@ Again, the devil taketh him up into an e4ceeding high mountain, and sheweth him all the kingdoms of the world, and the glory of them And saith unto him, All these things will 6 give thee, if thou wilt fall down and worship me.'( Then saith Jesus unto him, "et thee hence, %atan= for it is written, Thou shalt worship the ?ord thy "od, and him only shalt thou serve.'' Then the devil leaveth him, and, behold, angels came and ministered unto him.'8 ow when Jesus had heard that John was cast into prison, he departed into "alilee'9 And leaving aBareth, he came and dwelt in 1apernaum, which is upon the sea coast, in the borders of Cabulon and ephthalim=': That it might be fulfilled which was spoken by 3saias the prophet, saying,'; The land of Cabulon, and the land of ephthalim, by the way of the sea, beyond Jordan, "alilee of the "entiles'< The people which sat in darkness saw great light and to them which sat in the region and shadow of death light is sprung up.'> rom that time Jesus began to preach, and to say, 2epent= for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.'@ And Jesus, walking by the sea of "alilee, saw two brethren, %imon called 5eter, and Andrew his brother, casting a net into the sea= for they were fishers.' And he saith unto them, ollow me, and 6 will make you fishers of men.8( And they straightway left their nets, and followed him.8' And going on from thence, he saw other two brethren, James the son of Cebedee, and John his brother, in a ship with Cebedee their father, mending their nets and he called them.88 And they immediately left the ship and their father, and followed him.89 And Jesus went about all "alilee, teaching in their synagogues, and preaching the gospel of the kingdom, and healing all manner of sickness and all manner of disease among the people.8: And his fame went throughout all %yria= and they brought unto him all sick people that were taken with divers diseases and torments, and those which were possessed with

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