What did Jesus mean when he said evil things you do come from inside us?
Hes referring to the sin nature of mankind. The part of us that we have before salvation. (We also keep this after salvation, but are discouraged to embrace it.) Sin nature is also referred to as "flesh" or "fleshly things" or "earthly things."
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Presuming the question to refer to the three times the NewTestament records God's voice speaking from heaven while Jesus wason the earth: Matthew 3:17 - And suddenly a voi…ce came fromheaven, saying, " This is My beloved Son, in whom I am wellpleased ." (Following Jesus' baptism) Matthew 17:5 - While he was still speaking,behold, a bright cloud overshadowed them; and suddenly a voice cameout of the cloud, saying, " This is My beloved Son, in whomI am well pleased. Hear Him! " (Following theTransfiguration) John 12:28 - "Father, glorify Your name." Thena voice came from heaven, saying, " I have both glorified itand will glorify it again. " (Following Jesus'"Triumphal Entry" into Jerusalem) [Quotes from NKJV]
to look for the truth
Jesus Christ identifies Himself as follows: Jesus Christ is: . The Beginning . The way, the truth and the life. . The light of the world . The End (John 8:12) Aga…in, therefore, Jesus spake to them, saying, `I am the light of the world; he who is following me shall not walk in the darkness, but he shall have the light of the life.' (John 14:6) Jesus saith to him, `I am the way, and the truth, and the life, no one doth come unto the Father, if not through me;' Jesus when He says, `I am the way, and the truth, and the life', He does not mean that He possesses the truth or is speaking the truth but He means it in a much more literal "way", that He is Truth itself. And because this is true then all that comes from Him is Truth. Even the use of the word "way" alludes to the more literal meaning. In that, He is referring to the way (path) and that path is made up of Truth (Christ), and if you live and follow the Truth then you will experience Reality, whereas Truth is what makes up Reality.
oh god forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing.
Jesus meant that we all thirst for something...think about it, we all have an empty space deep down. A space that only Jesus can fill.
In Luke 9:57-62 Jesus said to a man.
it sounds like an 80s song
Mt:3:17: And lo a voice from heaven, saying, This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased. Mt:17:5: While he yet spake, behold, a bright cloud overshadowed them: and b…ehold a voice out of the cloud, which said, This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased; hear ye him.
when jesus says come as you are ge means come as yourself and dont act like anyone else because he loves you
The Hebrew word Messiah means "the anointed". In earlier times, kings were anointed to show that they were accepted as rightful kings of Judah; the practice was also followe…d when high priests were appointed. The Greek translation of Messiah is Christ . After the Babylonian Exile ended the Judahite monarchy, the expectation grew that, one day, a new leader would come and would lead Judah to military victory over its enemies. This leader would be anointed and would be known as the Messiah. The Gospels have Jesus saying he was the Messiah, or Christ, not as the military leader that most Jews expected, but a spiritual Messiah who would lead his people to a spiritual victory.
Jesus knew his time on Earth was short, and the Holy Prophecy was at hand. Therefore, he gave his disciples the Holy Sacrament, symbolic of his body and his blood. It is a cov…enant for us to be "Christ-like". So when he says, "Do this in memory of me", he's telling them (and all of us) to be Christ-like.
Shakespeare in his play about Julius Caesar
In Bible Statistics and History
his is not correct. Jesus said that no one comes to the father but through me.
In New Testament
Physically yes, He was thirsty. Spiritually, He was thirsty for the lost sheep.
In The Bible
People who believe in Jesus who haven't seen him believe by faith and are blessed as opposed with people who actually walked with him, having had an extra reason to believe. I…t's easier to believe what you see than what you don't see.
No! Jesus was refering to the Holy Spirit. Answer 2: the above answer is completely wrong according to the teachings of Islam: 1. The Holy spirit is a great angel who was res…ponsible for the revelations. He is completely different from Jesus PBUH who is a great prophet (human) according to Islam. 2. If you mean to ask if the prophet Muhammad PBUH told Muslims about the second coming of Jesus PBUH, YES he did & He told many beautiful things about that. - Muslims believe in Jesus PBUH & we love Him & await His blessed glorious coming.
Jesus said, "I thirst." with an 'i,' not a 'u.' "I thirst," means "I'm thirsty. I need/want a drink."