the previous message we established that Jesus knew He was God in the
flesh from the age of 12. He had full knowledge of His life in eternity
before He came to the earth to reside in human form, that He was in
control of His life and that no man could take it from Him. It is
important to know that in order to understand the mindset of Jesus and
the many actions He took while living on the earth as a man. This week
we will examine a few situations where Jesus confronted a seemingly
impossible circumstance and came through it because He was God and man
at the same time.
the Creator, and when He was with His disciples, He recalled how He had
created the universe out of nothing that can be seen with the naked eye.
Today we know that energy is indestructible and it transfers from one
form to another. The lowest form of energy is heat. Energy cannot be
seen, and in Hebrews chapter one, we are told that Jesus upholds the
entire creation by the power of His spoken word.
basic element in the universe is an atom. It is energy that has been
frozen into a tangible substance which can be touched by the human hand.
It is impossible to touch just one atom. Most people aren’t aware that
they touch billions of atoms every day. The plastic keys I am touching
as I type this description consist of atoms and each key is wired in
such a way that the electrical impulse creates the letters you are
study three different events. First, we will examine the supernatural
way Jesus was able to speak to thousands of people without any kind of
amplification system. Secondly, we will look at two separate events
where Jesus multiplied enough bread and fish to feed thousands of people
from just a few loaves of bread and fishes. How did He do it? The answer
lies in the way He created Adam from the dust of the earth. Both of
these events were supernatural acts that cannot be duplicated in the
physical world; it has to be accomplished in the spiritual realm where
it becomes tangible food that fills the hungry stomach and nourishes the
the ramification of these miracles? Can they be repeated by modern day
believers in Christ? Absolutely! Tune in to the webcast this Sunday and
I will share how we can duplicate the creation of food, when we
encounter a pressing need that cannot be met through physical means. The
book of Hebrews tells us that Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today
and forever. The miracles He performed and the promises He made are
still applicable today. The world and circumstances may change but God
never changes. That is a comforting thought in today's unstable world.
Print out the sermon outline and let's examine the
Scriptures this Sunday morning at 9:00 AM PST.
Yours in Christ,
Pastor John S. Torell