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On eagles wings: Our recovery from Coronavirus (XXII). Jesus-Christ values the worthy role model for excellence.

Have a beautiful day. As I mentioned in my Twitter account last Friday, I postponed writing about “Jesus as Incarnated God” because I wanted to share with you certain material that I had to update first.


“Avellanas benditas”, A petit aquarelle handmade with love by Eleonora Escalante. Size: 5 inches x 7 inches. Paper: Fabriano Artistico Grana Satinata.

Let´s begin.

Jesus as incarnated God.  Jesus is the Son of God, the creator of our galaxies, the sun, the planets that we know, the universe, our Earth, and everything that has life, including humans. Jesus is God, not just because of his signals and miracles, but because God intervened to set him up for eternal existence. He is the only deity that can save us from sin and is the only one that can redeem us from transgressions.

His human sacrifice was already known because the prophecies from the Old Testament of the Bible stated it. Through Jesus’ atonement, Jesus discovered in his own experience (own skin), all the things that saints and good people go through in unjust situations. God passed him through an unfair rite of passage that ended his “human phase” life, not because he was guilty of sin. But because God knew Jesus was going to resurrect, so he wasn´t worried about the opprobrium. God wanted Jesus to show us that humans are capable of horrendous things against other innocent individuals. The story of the death of Jesus is not an invention. It tells us what is the meaning of unfairness, of fraud, of deprivation, of poverty of spirit, of the meaning of agony and suffering being pure. Jesus was arrested by Jewish leaders who wanted to kill him because of his presence. Once Jesus was captured, Jesus was tortured, was bullied (put into ridicule in public). Jesus was spitted. In his public trial under Pilatos’ responsibility, Jesus was accused of things he never did. Jesus was betrayed by one of his own friends. Jesus was anguish. He experimented with doubts and fear. Jesus had to go over the journey to crucifixion because only by going into it, Jesus developed a sense of compassion to the up-most of human limit. Only by that journey, Jesus was able to show us through his own example about the meaning of hope and forgiveness afterlife. Jesus revealed to tell us through his sacrifice that there is a future, that he is the only possibility of resurrection, to forgive and forget. He proved to us how credible is the concept of forgiveness. God let Jesus die in corporeal ways because God wanted to resurrect Jesus afterward. That miracle happened to help us to understand that Jesus is the incarnated God.


The evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus from the dead: his wounds.

The resurrection of Jesus is the demonstration of his holiness. God knew that his son was holy, the spiritual blood of God was inside Jesus, and God´s masterplan was to rise him above all to the highest place of all. God gave Jesus the top authority to hold the uttermost position for Christians who believe in him: our savior of the World. In addition, Jesus became an Incarnated God when he rose from the Death when he defeated the cross to become the master chief Priest of his Christian Church;  and when he convinced us that he is superior to any other King of the Universe. Jesus was the crossing point who broke the past to establish a better future, a completely new philosophy to see and solve our human troubles. Jesus came to provide a new set of instructions for Christians. Jesus came to offer his life, so we can understand the exact meaning of the word “hope”. Jesus renounced to human life to win eternal life, next to his Father in the spirit realms, and next to us in each of our earthly sufferings. Jesus did all the journey so we can see in him the process of what is the meaning of true love, faith, and salvation. He decided to die for me, for you, for all.

Without Jesus as God himself, we humans can´t be called humans. God is God because he has done all the beauty of our planet. He has done the preciousness of the oceans, the animals, the sky, the materials, the mountains, the lakes, the rivers, and humans. God has created us. And because God is God, and Jesus is his Son, by dying and resurrecting (no one has ever done it in history), Jesus became incarnated God. God’s spirit took place in Jesus’s presence. That is why we can go to Jesus in our prayers. As much as Jesus did miracles to all his friends, he also can affect and change any circumstance if that is His will. Without God and Jesus (his son), we humans cannot be called humans.

As humans, we have a purpose. The reason why we are born is to accomplish a commission, to adore and glorify God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit as the furthermost goal in everything we do. When the Holy Spirit lives in us, we discover our objectives in life easily. Some of us are chosen to be parents (marry and procreate a family). Some of us have been designated to be public servants for our communities.  Some of us have been selected to be nature species protectors. Some of us have been picked to be scientists to preserve the planet.  Some of us have been elected to change the course of history in each of our professions or careers. Some of us have been appointed to be educators or teachers. Some of us have been ordained to be priests or ministers of  Jesus-Christ. Some of us have been chosen to be missionaries. Some of us have been commanded to adore the yields of God through the arts. Some of us have been authorized to fix our own wrongdoings by pursuing technologies that are hurting us. Finally, there are some of us that have started to realize that our own creative powers can hold the potential for our own self-destruction.

Humans need to open the eyes to realize that our own creative powers can hold the potential for our own self-destruction. Once we understand that during the last 20 centuries, humans were able to fight cruel wars and the last one with atomic energy, that humans were able to create an ecological dis-balance,  that humans were able to provoke 3 industrial revolutions and we are at the starting phase of the 4th Industrial revolution (Industry 4.0), which will be the worst one of all, in which we will give life to artificial intelligence using nanotechnologies, quantum, and the internet, then we know that we have so many troubles to fix…

To recall our God Jesus-Christ ethical values is the opportunity to revive what is our purpose on the planet. In consequence if we remember Jesus’s virtues, we immediately will try to make our lives an occasion to pause,  repair, and redesign our lives with balance. From inside out (from home) and into every single economic sector, industry, or ecosystem.  But before we can fix our issues,  we first need to wake up to see all the things that are creating our own self-destruction.

In my next publication, I will write about Jesus-Christ virtues. After that, I will continue with the ethics codes, that will ground us into ecological communities’ resurrection after the pandemic.  Blessings have a beautiful week. I will post again before the end of the week.

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Disclaimer: Illustrations in Watercolor are painted by Eleonora Escalante. Other types of illustrations or videos (which are not mine) are used for educational purposes ONLY.  Nevertheless, the majority of the pictures, images, or videos shown on this blog are not mine.  I do not own any of the lovely photos or images posted unless otherwise stated.









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