What Jesus is different from human rulers

He is full of grace and truth.


Imagine a country where the rulers were in the full of grace and truth.
His word is truth.
He is not of this world, he comes from a just world and is about the events.
Thus he is not prejudiced by any of the political spectrum.
He knew the real life, because he grew up in a middle-class family on
and worked until his thirtieth birthday.
He had no wealth.
He spoke publicly of deficiencies and irregularities and corruption in society.
He stood to the truth unto death.
He was not looking at the big venues in the world, but preached only
in a small Roman province called Judea.
He founded and no party organization, but was only twelve people.
Jesus loved the people and it really showed.
It was not just a slogan from him.
He has healed people and in the end they went for the cross.

He himself said:

“You know that the rulers of the nations that can govern only with great force.”

The Son of Man (Jesus) came not to be served but to
to serve and to give His life a ransom for many. “
(Mark 10, 42 +45)

But what make these good qualities of Jesus unless he governs?
His administration can begin in our lives.
Jesus has no power and famous when necessary, because the truth is on his side.
He wants to win the heart of every human being.
He wants people to get with true conviction and not many votes for his power.
Despite its outward simplicity of Jesus has a kingdom that existed for two thousand years.

Even Napoleon Bonaparte at the end of his life, recognize the greatness of Jesus and writes:

“Alexander the Great, Caesar, Charlemagne and I have founded great empires.
But what we have on our brilliant deeds having regard? To violence!
Jesus alone founded his empire upon love. Today millions of people would have to him die. “
(Napoleon Bonaparte first Conversations avec General Bertrand à St. Helena)

Let’s be honest, the real problem of the crises of our time is the sinful heart
of man. It is the problem of famines, the economic crisis and all the wars!

Text taken over and edited.

Ralf Guenther
Prophet, visionary, consultant and writer
https://twitter.com/ # / AdamKadmonRalf
http://ralf-guenther.blogspot.com
https://jesuschristusmessias.wordpress.com

http://was-jesus-unterscheidet.blogspot.com/2012/03/was-jesus-von-menschlichen-herrschern.html

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Es gibt nur einen allmaechtigen Gott und er hat verschiedene Namen. There is only one Almighty God and he has different names.
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What Jesus is different from human rulers

He is full of grace and truth.
Imagine a country where the rulers were in the full of grace and truth.
His word is truth.
He is not of this world, he comes from a just world and is about the events.
Thus he is not prejudiced by any of the political spectrum.
He knew the real life, because he grew up in a middle-class family on
and worked until his thirtieth birthday.
He had no wealth.
He spoke publicly of deficiencies and irregularities and corruption in society.
He stood to the truth unto death.
He was not looking at the big venues in the world, but preached only
in a small Roman province called Judea.
He founded and no party organization, but was only twelve people.
Jesus loved the people and it really showed.
It was not just a slogan from him.
He has healed people and in the end they went for the cross.

He himself said:

“You know that the rulers of the nations that can govern only with great force.”

The Son of Man (Jesus) came not to be served but to
to serve and to give His life a ransom for many. “
(Mark 10, 42 +45)

But what make these good qualities of Jesus unless he governs?
His administration can begin in our lives.
Jesus has no power and famous when necessary, because the truth is on his side.
He wants to win the heart of every human being.
He wants people to get with true conviction and not many votes for his power.
Despite its outward simplicity of Jesus has a kingdom that existed for two thousand years.

Even Napoleon Bonaparte at the end of his life, recognize the greatness of Jesus and writes:

“Alexander the Great, Caesar, Charlemagne and I have founded great empires.
But what we have on our brilliant deeds having regard? To violence!
Jesus alone founded his empire upon love. Today millions of people would have to him die. “
(Napoleon Bonaparte first Conversations avec General Bertrand à St. Helena)

Let’s be honest, the real problem of the crises of our time is the sinful heart
of man. It is the problem of famines, the economic crisis and all the wars!

Text taken over and edited.

Ralf Guenther
Prophet, visionary, consultant and writer
https://twitter.com/ # / AdamKadmonRalf
http://ralf-guenther.blogspot.com
https://jesuschristusmessias.wordpress.com

http://was-jesus-unterscheidet.blogspot.com/2012/03/was-jesus-von-menschlichen-herrschern.html

http://was-jesus-unterscheidet.blogspot.com/2012/03/what-jesus-is-different-from-human.html

About jesuschristusmessias

Es gibt nur einen allmaechtigen Gott und er hat verschiedene Namen. There is only one Almighty God and he has different names.
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