ANSWERS: 7
  • Assuming makes a mockery of exactitude. I tend to believe what I've read in The Scriptures and refrain from making stuff up and pretending it has some grand spiritual meaning.
    • Days of Solitude
      Haha, funny answer.
  • probably
  • Emotionally and in His Spirit perhaps, but not physically. Read what is written.
    • Days of Solitude
      And there are also many other things which Jesus did, the which, if they should be written every one, I suppose that even the world itself could not contain the books that should be written. Amen. John 21:25
    • Days of Solitude
      And there are also many other things which Jesus did, the which, if they should be written every one, I suppose that even the world itself could not contain the books that should be written. Amen. John 21:25
    • Wakko
      He did all that at conception? :P
    • Days of Solitude
      Huh?
  • No I don't believe He suffered at conception because He was conceived by the Holy Spirit. Jesus was also God in the flesh.
    • Days of Solitude
      Ok , good answer Rick Myers
    • Rick Myres
      Your thumbs up Y
  • Jesus was exalted to a superior position, by God, for taking on a human’s form and staying obedient to the point of death (Phi 2:5-9).
    • Days of Solitude
      I disagree. Then how would he understand the lowly and have compassion on them?
    • Days of Solitude
      For the verses, He always was God as well as being a man .
    • Days of Solitude
      Focusing on verses 8 & 9 .. it says he was exalted after he went to cross..
    • LizzyP
      Verse 6 explains that Jesus gave no indication that he is equal to God. And Yes, after his death, Jesus was exalted to a higher position, by by his Father (Psa 83:18).
    • Days of Solitude
      ..
    • Days of Solitude
      Jesus Christ IS Jehovah.
    • Days of Solitude
      There are many scriptures where Christ says he is God.. though he refers to his Father as being greater.
  • You're confused. Jesus was not god - not even close. God cannot be "born" nor "die". Let alone be resurrected. Why would a god rely on his creation to be "born" anyway? It just shows Christianity was invented by the Greek: Paul the apostle.
  • i would hope not

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