From the Author
"I and My Father are one." John 10:30
Jesus was not simply stating that He was one with the Father, in the way that we are seeking to be one with the Lord; in unity. Jesus was saying emphatically that He and the Father were One and the Same. Jesus uses the Greek neuter pronoun "hen," signifying a unity of nature or equality.
Whatever the Father is, Jesus is. Whatever the Father has done, Jesus will do. Whatever God has promised, Jesus will bring it to completion.
When Jesus arrived on earth, He displayed all of the characteristics we would expect God to manifest. He showed power over sickness and death; He forgave sins that were committed against God and He raised the dead. Jesus stood against the traditions of men and their religious hypocrisy; which prevent people from seeing and knowing God. He was gentle, compassionate, merciful, and loving. He showed that He had power over the physical laws of nature by walking on water, commanding a storm to calm, and turning water into wine. He took all of our sin upon Himself, died for them, and then raised Himself from the dead.
This is the first book in a series of four that allows the reader the ability to know who Jesus is by the things that He has said and done. It is by knowing Jesus and understanding His great love for us, that we can discover who we are and the purpose of our life.