The Lord is the living Word made Flesh. This is a phrase Christians often use and I believe it is fabulously true; how is it true, and how can we explain such an extraordinary thing?
the Old Testament the great prophets such as Moses and Elijah prophesied from
Revelation of the one who would come who would perform great deeds and save
humanity. These phrophecies are part of the Word from the Old testament,
meaning they are divine truth from heaven written by men on earth for the sake
of conjoining heaven to earth. When Jesus was born on earth He gradually, step
by step, fulfilled each of these prophecies during the course of his life,
especially during his 3 year ministry
When Jesus declares in the synagogue the words, ‘This
day the scriptures are fulfilled’, it is an extraordinary moment in which
history has come to fruition. It is the culmination of centuries of prophecy
and preparation; it is the convergence of the divine truth in the Word with the
divine good embodied in the human, Jesus. It is the boldest, the most
unthinkable thing anyone could say, unless it were true – then it is a
statement of unimaginable power, goodness, love, kindness, wisdomm, and
transformation. The one as He is fulfilling the prophecy, speaks in full
awareness that He is fullfilling prophecy.
It is the same thing with the Lord. He became what He did. By coming here he separated himself into an external and internal, (which is the situation of all humans who are born), His internal being His divine soul, and his external Jesus. The Mission of His life was to Merge these into one divine in the ressuerrection, which is called the glorification process. In human regeneration we seek to bring our external self and internal into harmony, which leads to wholeness of self. We are finite, and the Lord is infinite. There are many places in the Bible where it says that Jesus performed a deed ‘for the sake of the fulfillment of prophecy’ as he did in the synogogue that great day. There about 20 to 30 fullifillments in each Gospel. In his last temptation on the cross when Jesus speaks, “It is finished”, he accomplished fulfilling all prophecy. By progressively fulfilling all prophecy in the Word to the end, He made his external body and internal divine one, so there was no more separation. Therefore his physical body became divine, because that which merges with the divine is divine. When you break metal in two and then weld it back together, the weld becomes the strongest part. He became what He did, and what He did in his life is fulfill divine truth from His own might and passion, and thus He became divine truth.