Jesus Christ came to die for our sins, but that’s not the ONLY reason He came. God wanted to show us that even though He is …

All powerful (Omnipotent),

All knowing (Omniscient), and 

Everywhere at the same time (Omnipresent)…

There were still some things that He COULD NOT DO.

I’m not talking about the old cliché, that God can do everything but fail…yes that’s very true.

God wanted us to know that with even through all His power and authority, He could still empathize with our fragile, weak flesh. 

Being a perfect, all-powerful, all-knowing Spirit, God could never…




Get sick

Feel weak

Feel hungry

Get a stomach ache

Feel tempted sexually

But most importantly God could never


Jesus came to SUBMIT Himself to endure the weaknesses of a body so that He could feel what we feel…that He too could have the human experience.

Stop and GIVE GOD SOME PRAISE for loving us so much that he would, “Take a long walk in our shoes”. I think He deserves it. Don’t you?

Hebrews 4:15 (NKJV)

15 For we do not have a High Priest who cannot sympathize with our weaknesses, but was in all points tempted as we are, yet without sin.


6 thoughts on “THE THINGS GOD COULDN’T DO…

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  1. It looks like you are mixing two different Biblical characters and even might take Jesus to be your god and to consider him to be God. According to the Holy Scriptures, which we consider the infallible Word of God, Jesus is the sent one from god who is called by the Divine Creator His only begotten beloved son.

    God does not have to transform Himself to know how a human being feels. He does not have to take an other form to have a human experience. Him having a human experience would also be of no use at all.

    God is Omnipotent, Omnipresent Eternal and All Knowing. He does not have to fake anything (like doing if He can be tempted or can die) and such charade of coming down to earth and taking on a schizophrenic attitude, like praying to Himself or demanding even why he has abandoned himself.

    The ending of your article should have you to come to see that in Christ Jesus we do have a high-priest before God. That phrase written by the Jewish scholar Saul (Paul) should have you to see that Jesus was tempted, though God cannot be tempted. God not telling lies, means that you as a believer in Christ, should follow the teachings of Christ and like him only worship One True God of gods, the God of Abraham, Isaac Jacob, Jesus and his disciples and not adhere a trinity or any pagan believes.


  2. I notice you are an ordained minister (you saying) which looking at your writings would mean you are working for a trinitarian church. May I hope you shall come to see that Jesus is the Way to Gdo and not god himself, but like his heavenly Father declared, the only begotten beloved son of God.


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