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Weird Stuff – Paradoxes About Jesus Christ

Posted on Thursday, March 31, 2011 in Uncategorized

Paradoxes of Christ – Weird But True

Jesus hungered, yet he fed many people.  (Matthew 4:2; John 6)

Jesus hungered, yet he is called the Bread of Life that feeds the deepest needs of people.

Jesus thirsted, but he is called the Living Water that refreshes people.  (John 19:28; 4:14)

Jesus grew weary, yet he is called our source of rest.  (John 4:6; Matthew 11:29-30)

Jesus paid taxes to the ruler of the Roman World, yet he is the true Ruler of the universe (Matthew 17:27; Revelation 19:16)

Jesus prayed, yet he is the one who hears our prayers.  (Matthew 14:32-42; John 14:13-14)

Jesus cried, yet now he comfort us and dries our tears.  (John 11:35; Revelation 21:4)

Jesus was led to die like a sheep to the slaughter, yet he is the Good Shepherd of all who will be led by him.  (John 10:11)

Jesus was put to death so that he could bring eternal life to all who would receive it.  (John 5:25; 19:33)

Jesus was sold-out by a friend for 30 pieces of silver, yet he paid the highest price everyone’s’ sins.  (Matthew 26:15; 1 Peter 1:18-19)

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