The mission of Jesus Christ
Jesus of Nazareth, the son of Joseph, was born in an era where cruelty and ignorance reigned supreme. The Romans conquered their country of birth, and it is difficult to find true spirituality. Though he lived only 33 years on earth, he was able to leave his own spiritual consciousness and the longest legacy of the highest spiritual teachings.
First, Jesus was embodied with great humility.
"I myself do nothing … not for my own will, but for the will of the Father."
This is a sign of true teaching; they do not teach themselves, but strive to be the divine instrument. Thus, Jesus' mission was not his mission, but the mission of the heavenly Father; It was a designated mission of God
At that time very few understood and understood the spiritual state of Jesus. He had to suffer great misunderstandings and hostility from others who were jealous of his success. They say that a prophet is not respected in his own time; In Jesus' life this statement is very true. Yet, despite criticism and opposition, Jesus never reiterated his commitment to fulfill God's will. The highest prayer Christ has said, "Not my will, but your business." Even at the expense of great personal suffering, Jesus sought to do God's will, since that was the only purpose.
Jesus taught the most important aspect of spirituality; namely that people were able to find the kingdom of heaven. Of all the immortal statements of Jesus, this is probably the most significant. He wished his disciples and followers find the "peace that conveys understanding," but that peace can be found in his own soul, not in external results. Tell your disciples to tell them:
"I leave peace with you, I will give you peace." But this peace was only an inner gift, nothing was material in terms of material. Jesus never compromised the spiritual and material life. He never told his followers that they could be the best of both worlds. If they were sincere seekers, it was necessary to give up the false joys of the world.
"Anyone who does not abandon all that he has can not be my disciple." (Luke 14:33)
Jesus was able to give the kingdom of heaven to his disciples but could not do so unless they were willing to bring sacrifices and to pass on to their higher self. Jesus realized the divine consciousness, tasted the happiness and excitement of the divine community and knew that the happiness of God's self-consciousness is worth more than the world can offer. From this perspective, Jesus proclaimed, "What can a man gain when he acquires the whole world and suffers from the loss of his own soul?" (Matt.16: 26) This is not ideal for philosophical speculation, Jesus knew that the difference between the reward of the spirit and the joy of the so-called world
Jesus's mission included revolutionary teachings, he wanted to say that divine forgiveness was the highest philosophy the search engines must strive for. "for one eye" was not his father's philosophy, but he wanted to love love despite the hostility; this love was born with the unity of Jesus with the world, and for the true spiritual master, he does not feel the superiority or inferiority when Jesus betrayed and crucified the cross, said, "My father forgive them for not knowing what they are doing." He revealed his divine nature, or just a soul whose divine unity was such a noble emotion