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The Man of Galilee

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Now that we know that the Gospel is not about churches, we know that it is the Gospel of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Let me give an introduction to the man of Galilee. We know that through the whole Bible, Jesus the Redeemer was revealed in one form or another. I will not at this time delve into these areas, only in reference to. His first introduction to the public was to the shepherds on the hillside of Judea.

(Luke 2:9-14)
The angel declared the birth of a savior, the Redeemer, thus fulfilling Isaiah 9:6. Unto us a child is given, unto us a child is born, and the government shall be upon His shoulders. Back to Luke 2: 9-14
Unto you is born this day in the city of David a savior which is Christ the Lord. That declaration, there came a host of angels from Heaven singing, I don’t wonder, why do you!

In John Chapter 1:29, John the Baptist when he was baptizing in the river of Jordan, declared publicly who Jesus was; the Lamb of God which taketh away the sin of the world. In Mark Chapter 1:10-11 we see and hear very clearly who Jesus is. This time God made sure that everybody present would know and make no mistake. It was declared from Heaven who this man was, that was standing in the River of Jordan that day. I personally, don’t believe that was His first time standing in the River Jordan.

If you read Daniel Chapter 3, you will see that the one that stood in the midst of the fiery furnace was like unto the Son of God. Oh! Friend!, the man that walked the shores of Galilee was no mere man, He was the Son of the most High.

John said, Chapter 1:1-15
The word was God the same was in the beginning with God, and you can go on and on. You cannot exhaust the creator, don’t try to exhaust or analyze God. Worship Him, Glorify Him, Worship Him, Worship His Majesty, King of all Kings.

Paper bothers me, I would love to be declaring it verbally, that way you can say it and make it more profound. In fact, there is not enough paper in my possession even to write very much on about the man of Galilee.

The man not only walked on the shores of Galilee, He walked on the sea of Galilee. One day He was asleep in the boat that was about to go shipwreck because of the storm and the people that had Him aboard. I wonder did they really know who was aboard, nevertheless, He woke up and commanded the wind to cease, the bible says and immediately there was a great calm.

If there is one person who reads this that you find yourself in trouble in a storm, He is the master of every situation, the man of Galilee Oh man of Galilee! Walk through this life with me

You can’t meet the man of Galilee and be the same after!