WMSCOG – Why Did John the Baptist Suspect Jesus?

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We should search the Bible diligently to gain eternal life and acknowledge the Spirit and the Bride who have come according to the prophecies of the Bible. If we don’t have firm faith with the clear answer, we would fall away before entering the kingdom of heaven.

In the Bible, who asked the suspicious questions to Jesus? Tomas who was one of the disciples had a doubt what Jesus came back life spiritually and resurrect from the dead. And John the Baptist who was a prophet of God, baptizing Jesus. He witnessed Jesus, saying “Look, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!” (John 1:29-30) Even such a prophet once had a  doubt about Jesus.
John the Baptist sent his disciple to ask Jesus, “Are you the one who was to come, or should we expect someone else?” (Matthew 11:2) ‘The one who was to come’ refers to the Christ to fulfill everything which prophesied about Him. John suspected that Jesus might not be the Christ[Messiah] prophesied in the Bible.
Why did he suspect Jesus?It’s because that he fell into temptation with ‘uncertainty’ or ‘insecurity’. Did Jesus do something wrong? Of course not. Omnipotent knew all things from the beginning and cannot do something wrong. When Jews accused Jesus of blasphemy, Jesus gave the clear testimony, saying “I am God’s son. Do not believe me unless I do what my Father does. But if I do it, even though you do not believe me, believe the miracles, that you may know and understand that the Father is in me, and I in the Father.” (John 10:36~38)

It means the miracles which were performed by Jesus could be the signs to testify about the savior: the Christ[Messiah], because in the Old Testament these were prophesied. We must not rely on our own thoughts, but to the evidences and testimonies in the Bible. God clearly said that his thoughts and his ways are not same with those of men and higher than us. The difference is not small, but crucial. However, we are sometimes stuck on in the mistaken faith; “My thoughts are right” or ” The ways of God might be wrong”. In that case we can be liken to the blind with open eyes. Although we have normal optical visions but cannot see the light, Christ Jesus.

In the same way, if we search the Bible diligently to gain eternal life but fail to find our saviors; Elohim God – Christ Ahnsahnghong and God the Mother – neglecting the plain evidences and testimonies, we are the blind with open eyes. Unfortunately we will fall away so that we don’t go back to our heavenly hometown.

We are sinners who committed grave sins against God in the heaven. Nevertheless, those who keep on sticking to their own thoughts stubbornly will result in the destruction in the end. We must not be distracted, nor be tempted by evil one. If we throw away our stubbornness, we can fully obey the Words of God faithfully and perceive the sacrifice and love great and high.

All the time, let’s try not to rely on the words taught by human wisdom but on the words taught by the Holy Spirit and God the Mother so that we go back to our previous angelic world to meet our Heavenly Parents.

 

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