Jesus hungered, but He fed thousands; indeed, He is the bread of heaven that gives life to all mankind. He was thirsty—but He cried, “If any man thirsts let him come to Me and drink.” He promises that fountains will flow from all those who believe. He was weary and tired—but He is comfort, rest, and a hiding place to those who are tired, afraid, and overwhelmed. He wept bitterly for the lost—but He promises to dry every tear from our eyes. Jesus asked, “Where is Lazarus laid?”Why? Because He grieved the loss of someone He loved—but He raised Lazarus from the dead because He is a compassionate and merciful God. Jesus was betrayed by a close friend, and sold out for a cheap thirty pieces of silver —but He redeems the world through the great price of His own death and the sacrifice of His life-blood. Jesus was led like a sheep to slaughter—but yet He is the Good Shepherd and His sheep know His voice.
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