Jesus: "The story of Jesus in its entirety spans 2,020 years of human history that binds together all the world's righteousness, honor, courage, love, loyalty, confidence, determination, genius, humility, and a host of other attributes that have challenged men and women throughout the ages who have followed this leader who has liberated the world and set our path on the higher ground of the Kingdom of God. This story told throughout the pages of explains the history of man from God's perspective with revelation and interpretation that only Jesus can provide in ways that bring light and understanding to people of any religion or no religion with clarity for all who seek to know."

This website can be understood better when viewed as a body with a head who is Jesus and with a body who is the growing number of believers and those who are people who are not against us so are for us meaning they believe in much of what we believe while their larger belief system may not include believing that Jesus has been given headship authority by Jehovah and that Jehovah is even God or their God and this is why Jehovah who sees the heart and the inside of every person knows who these are and who these are not and no man can determine this. The above section is all about the headship of Jesus in the entire world and about his mission to eradicate evil from this planet and this race of human beings so that we are all free to grow in goodness and not evil.

Everlasting Father

"While he was still speaking, a bright cloud covered them,
and a voice from the cloud said, "This is my Son, whom I love; with him I am well pleased. Listen to him!

Matthew 17:5

Jesus: "I have a voice and in
my own words for anyone who has
an ear to hear."

Jesus: "This website could not have been presented on the internet without the contributions of millions of people past and present from the Body of Christ and also those from the family of God."

Jehovah: "My bride America has overcome evil and if not for the efforts of brave men and women who are Patriots and the army of Jesus this country would have been overrun by the most evil things that life has ever known and their plans were well laid and executed with all patience and deliberation while causing chaos   ... read more here

Jehovah: "America is in crisis and I have asked a trusted human being to give me an honest assessment of the crisis and the remedy for the crisis and it has been submitted to me and can be viewed at Opinion For Divine Court."

Declaration of Jesus Christ

This is Jehovah's view of his part in the story of our human race and its unintended development and the resulting danger which mankind is currently dealing with and God is intervening to show mankind how to safely navigate the storms that are breaking upon our people and this view of God's salvation plan has been obscured by every false teaching and all the confusion that comes with that.

Jehovah Will Never Leave Us Nor Forsake Us

When Jehovah Carries His Carrier

The following is Jehovah's Song which is a contemporary secular song that very closely explains what God is all about.

"You have reached that moment of decision when you know that you must move forward one way or another and the way you have chosen is to go forward with Jesus into the next phase of your life which will be a supernatural and exquisitely beautiful experience of life that will flow forward forever and you will always love this life as you have known it as you will always love your life as it is becoming more truly who you really are and the twisted future that isn't right will now not be and just as I have told you I am bringing the real you to the light as you fulfill your destiny. You have found your cure within yourself.  You are now free Kathy."

Lord, I remember when you gave this song to me and I knew it was a very profound message for me but at the time I was having terrible problems in my family due to complications of a birth in the family and God told me to say certain things at that time that made matters worse and not better and he told me how sorry he was that he caused me such grief and sorry that ensued and is still unresolved to this day. You gave me this this song at that time and for over four years you have been untangling my twisted future and I have been trusting you to make things right that have gone terribly wrong. Through this time you showed me how genetics have become so tangled up that it is nearly impossible to repair anything that concerns the human race and yet you have done just that with me and I remember when we started untangling all kinds of tangled up messes concerning cellular diseases and emotional entanglements that further complicated the physical problem within the Dna itself. Slowly but surely you taught me all sorts of things regarding genetics and epigenetics which is the God layer of human genetics and then taught me how to pray to untangle so many things that would have remained that way forever or until our race died out completely. When you first gave me this song I remember being somewhat confused if the words were for me or if the words were for my family situation but it never occurred to me that the words were meant for all of humanity as we know it here on earth.

Unknown Molecules Are The Substance of Life

Jesus has told me that people generally see him one way or the other and that both sides are wrong and he has told me that people generally understand what God is doing one way or the other and again both sides are wrong. Jesus asked me to build him a website and to give him a voice because like so many people in this world he really has not had a voice. Everybody else has spoken for him and what is  ... read more here

When people speak under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit it is inspired by God but it is not inspired by Jesus. This link explains why this is true.

Jesus: "In the course of human history there has never been a time like this with so much promise and yet so few people who can see it and it is my intention that all people have the opportunity and the blessing of seeing how each and every person on earth can help bring about the world that others have only dreamed of and to not only bring it about but to bask in its goodness and thrive in its complete and
  ... read more here

Jesus: "I came to America with a small group of devoted believers who determined to carve out a life of freedom to worship Jehovah without interference or domination. It is their pure love and commitment to God, family and country that is the rock upon which I built my church. As their descendants have pioneered across the great land of America to the very edges of the western coast the legacy of these people is woven throughout every city, county and state as the salt of the earth as they have fought tyranny time and time again and held fast to the high ideals as imbued in them by Jesus and Jehovah who has reconciled the twelve tribes of ancient Israel."

The words as given me by Jehovah and by Jesus will always be preceded by their names and with quotes throughout this website.

Jehovah: "Most human beings who believe Jesus is my son seek answers and help from God but often do not have any clue as to the distinctions between us which are as subtle as they are vast and of course the reason for this is that once born Jesus left his spirit world to become a man in the flesh which I have never been nor will I ever be and yet I am as real and present with you just the same and I have throughout this website tried to help the reader know who they are listening to by using my name Jehovah. You have always called me Lord from the time you came   ... read more here

Jesus the Man

Jesus: "You have written elsewhere where there was a time in your young adult life when you had a contempt for me because you had been approached by very judgmental christians in a public place who told you to accept Jesus or be condemned to hell. Given this ultimatum you rejected me when in fact you were rejecting them and their condemnation of you. They did not know you and they did not know what the Bible really teaches about this and so they effectively turned you away from me which could have lasted your lifetime. My death was so repulsive to you that it was difficult to talk to people who were trying to follow me and it is this twisted message that continues to distort the truth for people and keep them distant from me. When you were many years older you very cautiously let God get closer to you and eventually you came to trust him and when you trusted him enough he introduced you to me . Once he did that he drew you in so that you could see who I really was and even at that you have discovered that I am far different than how the world sees me. Now that I am at the threshhold of your door I am in awe of the fact that Jehovah brought you through everything and into my arms as my wife. I love you."

"But, however this may be, it was on religious culture that they [the Pilgrims] built the entire structure of their education, and advanced them to that development of every branch of knowledge and industry which has made this Commonwealth [the United States of America] what it is. ~ Dr. Loring in a speech at the Consecration of the Myles Standish Monument on August 17, 1871. Jesus was born into the same religious culture which is the basis for the Pilgrim culture.

Conclusion to The Importance of Messianic Genealogy
By Wayne Jackson

The combined historical facts inevitably drive the analytical person to the conclusion that numerous genealogical documents were available in Israel during the days of Christ. In A.D. 70 that changed! After a five-month siege, the Romans broke through the walls of the sacred city and burned it to the ground. The date was September 7, A.D. 70. Josephus, a Jewish historian, claimed that 1,100,000 Hebrews were killed, and that another 97,000 were captured and carried away into slavery (see Wars 5.3.1 fn; 6.9.2-4). It was a divine judgment upon a rebellious people (Matthew 22:7; cf. 23:36). A final episode occurred two years later. Almost a thousand Jews had taken refuge on the high cliffs of “Masada,” just west of the Dead Sea. They were besieged by Roman forces; rather than be captured, all but seven committed suicide. For an account of this episode see, Masada — The Final and Futile Stand.

There is no doubt at all that thousands of Hebrew documents were destroyed at this time in these dark days of Hebrew history (c. A.D. 66-72), thus leaving the scattered Dispersion of Jewish people (cf. 1 Peter 1:1), with virtually no genealogical documentation—should someone appear claiming to have messianic authenticity. The argument in McClintock & Strong thus remains unscathed; and the assertion that the Jews had no use for written genealogical documents stands exposed as a desperate theory, utterly void of support.

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The Towering Mind and Character of Jesus

by Ed Rickard


Modern View of Jesus

What we know about Jesus depends mainly on four books of the New Testament: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, known collectively as the Gospels. Many who deny His exalted station justify themselves by saying that the Gospels are unreliable. Leading Bible critics during the nineteenth century argued that the Gospels are a collection of legends which evolved as a legitimizing framework for the practices of a religious cult. They held that these practices in their shadowy origins may or may not have been connected with the life of a historical person named Jesus. Critics belonging to the so-called liberal school maintained that when the legendary layers of the Gospels are peeled away, within them is found a real person who was essentially a teacher of profound ethical concepts. But discoveries during the last fifty years have discredited old-style criticism of the Gospels. Much evidence now available shows that the Gospels were put into their present form before AD 100. Their origination so soon after the events they relate does not sustain the hypothesis that they are mostly legendary. Today, it is almost universally undisputed that Jesus was a historical figure who, in some degree or manner, set forth His role as Messianic.

Yet there are many who still believe that the Gospels contain more fiction than fact. Among secular critics, as well as among many clergymen and seminary professors in some Christian denominations, the prevailing view is that the Gospels are the work of pious imagination. It is supposed that during the early decades of the church, the gradual loss of distinct memories about Jesus left a vacuum that the faithful found unsatisfying. They wanted to know more about their beloved Master. Thus, as their leaders prophesied under the fancied influence of the Holy Spirit, they began to reconstruct Jesus' life. Over a span of years they invented the stories and sayings which now form the Gospels. A scenario of this kind is assumed by any scholar today who asserts that the Gospels have little historical value.

Greatness of Jesus

The strongest reason for confidence that the Gospels give a true picture of Jesus is a rule from the canons of literary criticism, a rule sometimes useful for resolving a question of authorship. That rule is, a work cannot be greater than its author. It should be obvious to any reader of the Gospels that Jesus overshadows His followers. He is far loftier in His mind and character than any mythic hero that the early church might have invented. Therefore, if the Jesus of Christianity cannot be a figment of pious imagination, the Gospels must be a truthful memorial to a real man.

However we look at Jesus, we find Him to be unique.


Creativity. His sayings have fascinated and challenged the greatest minds in history. Would a motley group of Galilean tradesmen and their womenfolk have been able to fabricate such a body of teaching?

His superiority to His followers is displayed, for example, in His wonderful deftness with words. When His sayings are restored to their original Aramaic, many have poetical features, including parallelism, rhythm, and even rhyme (1). So far as we know, none of the chief apostles ever created anything of like character. Though Paul alludes to a few Christian hymns possibly of his own composition (Eph. 5:14: Phil. 2:6-11), his style is to pile thought upon thought, whereas Jesus encapsulates each thought in a pithy saying.

The writings of the chief apostles contain no parables, though these abound in the teaching of Jesus. Jesus' parables are masterful creations combining utmost simplicity with profound depth. They present scenes familiar to common people, and though they scan a wide range of human experience, they seldom refer to aspects of ancient Jewish culture that would someday require elucidation in footnotes. As a result, they are accessible to every audience. Nothing like them is found in the New Testament outside the Gospels.

Language is as individual as a face, and the language of Jesus is especially distinctive. All His sayings are concise and well molded. Unwilling to concede that Jesus created anything so ingenious, many critics have theorized that these sayings were worked and reworked by a series of preachers and redactors until they reached their present form. It is inconceivable, however, that such tinkering could produce a body of teaching stamped by one mind and personality. Jesus' particular genius is evident in every saying ascribed to Him. He had rare facility in creating metaphors and in compressing ideas into a few words. By a few quick strokes He could transform complex truth into an effective word painting. His words in John are more conversational than in the Synoptics, but they show the same mind at work.

Debating skill. Which of us in debate does not fumble around for the right argument? Yet, even when His enemies pressed Him savagely or cajoled Him cunningly, Jesus found the right argument instantly and with ease. His intellectual self-possession was remarkable. As a boy, He confounded the religious teachers in Jerusalem (Luke 2:41-50). As a man, He could in a few words silence the shrewdest adversary (Matt. 22:22, 33, 46).

He was expert in wielding all the principal tools of debate. The following saying is essentially the condensation of an argument known as reductio ad absurdum.

And if thy right eye offend thee, pluck it out, and cast it from thee: for it is profitable for thee that one of thy members should perish, and not that thy whole body should be cast into hell.

Matthew 5:29

From the premises, "I am hindered from going to heaven by my lustful eye," and, "I cannot bring my lustful eye under control," Jesus draws a logical but absurd conclusion—"I must pluck out my eye"—showing that since the first premise is true, the second must be absurd like the conclusion.

Jesus repeatedly exposed the inconsistencies and hypocrisies of His opponents (Matt. 23:16-22) and fended off their attacks on Him by adroitly introducing saving distinctions (Mark 12:17, 25) or by finding support for His teaching in what His opponents believed to be true (John 10:34-36). Yet, unlike Paul's, Jesus' dialectical method was never discursive. It was straight to the point. Unlike most human argumentation, it cut away all disclaimers, apologies, hedgings, jokes, innuendoes, attacks on straw men, background remarks, acknowledgments, references to precedent and scholarly opinion, asides, and wordy digressions—in short, all polemical dead weight—and thereby fashioned the truth to fit simple statements that everyone could understand and remember.

Profundity. Nothing in the nonbiblical writings of man is comparable to the Sermon on the Mount (Matt. 5-7). For thousands of years men have revered, studied, and debated this short homily, but have failed to exhaust its treasures, though it contains less than three thousand words. It is a work of exceeding brilliance in its structure, economy, vividness, use of metaphor, originality, and moral insight. The same wisdom that shines out from the Sermon on the Mount informs all of Jesus' teaching.

Psychological insight. Jesus was a man who understood people. His dealings with them were never bumbling or inept. He always knew exactly what nuance to assume in His speech and manner. With the proud He was abrupt and penetrating (John 3:1-10), but with the humble He was gentle and patient (Matt. 8:2-3).

In His many interactions with other people, the Jesus of the Gospels displays much greater psychological insight than we would find in a mythical character invented by religious enthusiasts. He uncovers the sordid past of the Samaritan woman by prodding her into speaking the truth herself, so that she will feel ashamed rather than defensive (John 4:5-42). Though He has warm feelings for the rich young ruler, He greets him with a hard demand, for He perceives that the man is motivated by challenge. The man says, in essence, that he has mastered all the difficult requirements of the law, so Jesus lays down an even more difficult requirement, the one most helpful to his spiritual growth. He tells the man to give up earthly possessions and become His follower (Mark 10:17-27). After Jesus reveals that Peter will be a founder of the church, He prevents him from becoming puffed up and proud by calling him Satan's mouthpiece (Matt. 16:13-23).

If the Gospels were fictitious, they would probably lack the episodes in which Jesus rebukes His family or keeps them at a distance (John 2:4; Mark 3:31-35). His purpose, no doubt, was to keep them humble, so that they would not be tempted to misuse their kinship with the great Savior and Founder of the church. He wanted to spare them from the delusion that their blood tie to Jesus entitled them to eternal salvation. Also, He wanted to prevent any of His brothers from aspiring to be His successor.


Righteousness. During the days of His ministry, the only charges that Jesus' enemies brought against His character were these:

  1. He ate with publicans (tax collectors) and sinners (Matt. 9:10-13).
  2. He disregarded Sabbath law by healing on the Sabbath and by allowing His disciples to pluck handfuls of grain on the Sabbath (Matt. 12:1-13).
  3. He did healings by the power of the devil (Matt. 12:24).
  4. His disciples failed to wash their hands before eating bread (Matt. 15:2).
  5. At His trial, His enemies raised a charge of sedition, but this was dismissed by the Roman governor, Pilate (Luke 23:2-4).

His life, though scrutinized by bitter enemies, yielded no hint of covetousness or scandal. He was able in a public forum to challenge His enemies with the question, "Which of you convinceth me of sin?" (John 8:46).

Simon Greenleaf, the great lawyer of days past who formulated modern rules of evidence, has left us the following meditation on the moral perfection of Christ.

. . . The great character they [the gospel writers] have portrayed is perfect. It is the character of a sinless Being; of one supremely wise and supremely good. It exhibits no error, no sinister intention, no imprudence, no ignorance, no evil passion, no impatience; in a word, no fault; but all is perfect uprightness, innocence, wisdom, goodness and truth. The mind of man has never conceived the idea of such a character, even for his gods; nor has history or poetry shadowed it forth. The doctrines and precepts of Jesus are in strict accordance with the attributes of God, agreeably to the most exalted idea which we can form of them, either from reason or from revelation. They are strikingly adapted to the capacity of mankind, and yet are delivered with a simplicity and majesty wholly divine. He spake as never man spake. He spake with authority; yet addressed himself to the reason and the understanding of men; and he spake with wisdom, which men could neither gainsay nor resist. In his private life, he exhibits a character not merely of strict justice, but of overflowing benignity. He is temperate, without austerity; his meekness and humility are signal; his patience is invincible; truth and sincerity illustrate his whole conduct; every one of his virtues is regulated by consummate prudence; and he both wins the love of his friends, and extorts the wonder and admiration of his enemies. He is represented in every variety of situation in life, from the height of worldly grandeur, amid the acclamations of an admiring multitude, to the deepest abyss of human degradation and woe, apparently deserted of God and man. Yet everywhere he is the same; displaying a character of unearthly perfection, symmetrical in all its proportions, and encircled with splendor more than human. Either the men of Galilee were men of superlative wisdom, and extensive knowledge and experience, and of deeper skill in the arts of deception, than any and all others, before or after them, or they have truly stated the astonishing things which they saw and heard (2).

Compassion. Yet another aspect of Jesus' character was unusual compassion. He defended the poor and oppressed (Luke 6:20-21; 14:12-14). He bestowed His blessing upon children (Luke 18:15-17; notice also, in Mark 5:21-24, 35-43 and Luke 7:11-17, that two of the three persons He raised from the dead were young). Through His healing ministry, He brought relief to multitudes of the sick, disabled, and possessed. He was moved with concern for the milling crowds lost in darkness (Matt. 9:35-38).

He gave unstinting love and kindness even to total outcasts.

  • Samaritans. These were a people of mixed race, part Israelite and part gentile. Pure-blooded Jews saw Samaritans as the scum of the earth. Yet one of the first with whom Jesus shared the good news that He was the Christ was the woman at the well in Samaria (John 4:3-30). In the Parable of the Good Samaritan, Jesus used a Samaritan to epitomize brotherly love (Luke 10:25-37).
  • Publicans. The Jews paid taxes to fellow countrymen hired by the Romans. These publicans were objects of general scorn. Others viewed them as no better than common thieves, even as traitors to their own people. Yet Jesus called Matthew the publican to be His disciple, and He honored another publican, Zacchaeus, by visiting his home (Luke 19:1-10).
  • Immoral women. Jesus allowed a woman of ill repute to wash His feet with tears of repentance (Luke 7:36-50).
  • Common criminals. Two thieves were crucified along with Jesus. Jesus promised the repentant thief that He would take him to Paradise (Luke 23:39-43).
  • Lepers. In obedience to the law of Moses, the Jews forced all lepers to live apart from society. Yet Jesus did not hesitate to meet them and heal them. He was even willing, as a sign of His healing power, to reach out and touch a leper (Mark 1:40-42).
  • Demoniacs. Because they were feared, all demoniacs were social outcasts as well. But Jesus did not refuse to liberate them from the oppression of tormenting spirits.
  • The poor. The Pharisees thought that if a man was righteous, God made him wealthy and successful. So, they assumed that poverty was evidence of God's disfavor. Yet Jesus said that God had anointed Him to preach the gospel to the poor (Luke 4:18), and He said also, "Blessed be ye poor" (Luke 6:20).

The leaders of the early church were compassionate men, but they were also good Jews. If they had created a fictional messiah, they would have made him conform to popular expectations. But the Jesus we see in the Gospels turned all these expectations upside down. Whereas the Jews imagined that the Messiah would be a holier-than-thou super-Pharisee, darling of the Pharisees, Jesus associated with publicans and lepers. Instead of heaping cold severity upon obvious sinners, He heaped it upon sanctimonious religious leaders.

Also, if the leaders of the early church had contrived the life of Jesus as a piece of fiction, they would never have broken out of their insular Jewishness and invented the Great Commission (Matt. 28:18-20) or Jesus' last commission (Acts 1:8). Both place the evangelism of Jews no higher in importance than the evangelism of Samaritan half-breeds and gentile dogs.

The compassion of a legendary figure created by deluded sectaries within first-century Judaism would fall so short of Jesus' compassion that we would not even consider it outstanding. The compassion of Jesus could only proceed from the original mind and unfettered heart of an ethical genius, aloof from all the prejudices of His time.

Concept of the Messiah's mission

The Jews expected that after the Messiah appeared, He would immediately lead them in glorious conquest of their enemies, then ascend the throne of David and rule the world in righteousness. Yet Jesus rejected the popular hope as unscriptural. He knew that He could not take the throne before He endured the cross. So, He embarked upon a career leading inevitably not to gain and glory, but to defeat and death. Indeed, His purpose was to die for the redemption of others. His unconventional concept of the Messiah's mission assures us that the Gospels tell about a real man, for no messiah of Jewish fiction would ever hand victory to the enemies of his people by allowing them to take his life. Much less would he seek an accursed death by crucifixion.

Since Jesus was a real person of prodigious wisdom and love, we need not doubt that the whole substance of the Gospels is reliable history. For more than a century, critics have anatomized the Gospels in an effort to show that they are like an onion in structure, with layers of fiction surrounding layers of truth. But the effort has failed miserably. Everything that the critics have sifted out and ascribed to later invention shows the mind of Christ as well as what remains.

  1. Charles Fox Burney, The Poetry of Our Lord: An Examination of the Formal Elements of Hebrew Poetry in the Discourses of Jesus Christ (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1925).
  2. Simon Greenleaf, The Testimony of the Evangelists Examined by the Rules of Evidence Administered in Courts of Justice (repr., New York: James Cockcroft & Co., 1874; repr., Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Book House, 1984), 52-53.

© 2007, 2012 Stanley Edgar Rickard (Ed Rickard, the author). All rights reserved.

The reality of the man Jesus, the most confident and real man who ever lived and still lives, attracts people from all walks of life and of all ages because his confidence and mind line up with the integrity of his persona and the Holy Spirit. If you know the attributes of the Holy Spirit, this is easy to ascertain… love, joy, kindness, mercy, wisdom, and so on, and Jesus certainly has all this and much more.