Jesus said He absolutely was God and He kept saying it, though God's word says He didn't consider equality with God something to be grasped so He was very humble and modest about it bc he made Himself into a servant, but He didn't deny that He was but spoke that truth. Stick to God's word, the simple truth. In JOHN 1 He says in the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word WAS God. That the word was MADE FLESH and though the world was made through Him it did not receive Him. The prophesy about Him in Isaiah 9 said He will be called Wonderful Counselor, MIGHTY GOD, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. Isaiah 7:14 said he will be called Immanuel(which means God with us). His disciple thomas said, later after Jesus took our punishment to the cross with Him, that he desperately wanted to see Christ bc the others had and he doubted and Christ appeared in the locked room and gave that grace to thomas and said go ahead, touch the holes in my hands and side and thomas fell and said "(JOHN 20:28)Jesus, my Lord and MY GOD." And Jesus said, good you have seen and believe, but blessed will be those who haven't seen and yet still believe. He didn't say, like the angel said in revelation to John when he fell to worship him, oh no don't do it i am a fellow servant just like you. He said, GOOD you have seen AND BELIEVE. He kept telling people but they still just kept saying 'tell us who you are!' and He told them plainly, I HAVE but you don't believe. He says those who have ears will hear. He made a comparison about Moses and Him to a house and it's builder and He also said I tell you before Moses and Abraham, "I AM." And He is! God bless you who read this.
Yes. Jesus did not claim he was God or that he was equal to God. Read John 14:28- You heard that I said to you i am going away and I am coming back to you. If you loved me you would rejoice that I am going my way to the Father, because the Father is greater than I am. Jesus stated he is going to the Father (God) not to himself and the Father is greater than he is. If Jesus is God this statement would make no sense.
No you simply deny he had super powers and was the son of god etc . not that jesus did not exist in history
Yes, He will deny you too in front of the God Father. God is love.
A:To the author of John's Gospel, Jesus was most certainly God, and we should be cautious of reading any part of John to mean that Jesus was not God. John 5:44-45 does suggest a lapse, in which Jesus did deny he was God, but need not be read this way; John 17:3 is ambiguous and could more readily be seen as a denial by Jesus that he was God, but again need not be read this way. In Mark 10:18 (Why call me good. There is none good but God.), Jesus clearly does deny being God.
he doesn't, only you can deny Jesus's love, because he died on the cross for yours and my sin, and it wasn't as easy as they make it look on the jesus films.
No. While they recognize him as a prophet, they deny that he is "the son of God" or God himself.
The passage you have in mind might be located in Matthew 10.
Mark's Gospel portrays Jesus as fully human, adopted by God as his son at the time of his baptism. This gospel even has Jesus deny being God ("Why call me good, there is none good but God").Matthew and Luke portray Jesus as the Son of God from his conception, but not divine in the way that God was.John's Gospel portrays Jesus as divine and pre-existing, from the time of creation. In this gospel, Jesus frequently asserts his divinity.
Mark's Gospel portrays Jesus as fully human, adopted by God as his son at the time of his baptism. This gospel even has Jesus deny being God ("Why call me good, there is none good but God").Matthew and Luke portray Jesus as the Son of God from hi conception, but not divine in the way that God was.John's Gospel portrays Jesus as divine and pre-existing, from the time of creation. In this gospel, Jesus frequently asserts his divinity.
God is spirit. But God became a physical being = Jesus Christ. Jesus is both God and man.
There is no actual proof of Jesus being a real person or proof of his resurrection. Some people may believe he was a real person but doubt he was the son of god.
Mark's Gospel has Jesus deny being God, which is probably the best example of the Bible saying that Jesus is not God. Mark 10:18: "And Jesus said unto him, Why callest thou me good? there is none good but one, that is, God. "Another answerRevelation3:12. Has Jesus referring to God four time as my God. He says that he will write upon a follower of him, who conquers the pressures of this world and remains faithful " The name of my God." That name in the English language is Jehovah.