Sons of God
John 1:12 But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name:
John 1:13 Which were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God.
Is Jesus different from these other sons of God? Was he made a son of God in his flesh? born of flesh and blood? If so then that crosses the teaching here, doesn’t it?
If the other sons of God must be born, not of the flesh, nor of the will of man, or of blood, then this son of God must be the same, wouldn’t you think?
Born of God. Son of God. Born of God, not flesh.
So was the flesh man, Jesus, this son of God? If so, it crosses this scripture. After all, the Word says he was the son of David and Abraham, making his HUMAN FLESH.
Believe that? David is called his father. know that? Was that a son of God? born of David and Abraham? Is not that born of man? God has two witnesses in the Word, that a human being was virgin born, for this very purpose. So, did Mary birth this Son of God? If so, then John lied.
It baffles the carnal minds of flesh men. (if you think you can fight the mind of Christ, you are only deceiving your own self. but go ahead the try.)
See, the Son of God, the only begotten Son, was begotten the day Jesus was resurrected from the dead. Romans 1: 1-4.
So we find then that this Son of God was the Christ which formed inside the Man, Jesus. It was completed when he came out of that grave. This is the begotten Son of God, born not of blood, but by the will of God. It is Spiritual birth. The man, Jesus, had to obey God, the very same as we do, in order to come forth at his resurrection, in the image of the Living God.
What a glorious revelation.
By: Jo Smith