how did jesus know what to say?

“You may assume that being able to hear from My Father was a completely natural thing for Me, that it was just second nature to Me, a part of My makeup, because I was the Son of God come to Earth. But that wasn’t the case. It was very much something I had to get desperate about and work at. The Enemy fought it tooth and nail; it was an intense fight in the spirit and didn’t come easy.”

“Of course, it eventually came easier to hear from Heaven once I learned what steps to take in order to break through in spirit and receive. But even when I became proficient in it‚ there were times when the answer or direction didn’t come in an instant, when it was still a battle to receive‚ and it wasn’t just “all clear” the moment I asked.”

“The first example that comes to mind was when the Pharisees brought the adulterous woman to Me, asking, “Master, what should be done with this woman?” I knew they were testing Me and that they were out to get Me with that question, and I didn’t know how to answer it. I couldn’t rely on My Own wisdom or experience, nor did I receive the answer from My Father right away, even though I asked. That was the hardest part and was a big test for Me. Would I panic? Would I go ahead in My Own reasoning? Or would I simply not answer and walk away? What was I to do? I did not know. I will wait. I will be still in faith and wait for My Father, and I will trust.” ( who is without sin part 3)



“Those moments seemed like hours to Me‚ and to those around Me as well.-To My disciples who wondered inwardly if I had the answer to such a controversial question; it seemed like a lose-lose situation, and their faith in Me was tested. To the scribes and Pharisees, who were impatient and pressed Me, as they were eager to trap Me in front of the people. To the crowd around Me who were keen to mete out judgment. And to the woman whose faith was also deeply tested, as she awaited her sentence.”

“Then the answer came! My Father spoke, and then it was clear, and what a relief that was! It was the perfect answer and was the right thing to do. He instructed Me to say, ” who is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her.” And because no one there was without sin, no stones were thrown that day, and I forgave the woman’s sins.” (See John 8:3-11.)




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