June 25, 2022 | The Son of Man, Part 2

Son of Man, Part 2

Why is Jesus called the Son of Man? It’s not a name that stirs up thoughts of royalty or majesty like many of His other names do. In fact, it’s used in the Old Testament to refer to lowly humans. Yet this title was used to confront the Gentile school of thought and to portray Jesus in a new, personal way with a lesson for us to learn. We continue studying this term this week in part 2 of our 3-part series on this name. 

We begin with an interaction between Jesus and the mother of James and John. When she asked that they be given prominent positions of power in heaven, Jesus flipped her way of thinking completely. Power is not seeking to be first, full of prestige and dominance. Power is seeking to serve and sacrifice for others—just as the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve.

If you missed Part 1 of this series, you can Listen Here.


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Apples of Gold: The Peacemaker

Seeing a man distraught one evening, Zvi approached him and asked if he was okay. When he heard the man had spent all of his money on gambling, Zvi told him he needed to find peace from the only One who could change his heart. The man had relationships to repair with his family, so Zvi helped the man get home to tell his wife the truth about his gambling. He then took time to share God’s promises for everlasting life with them.


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