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Jesus' Training for the Priesthood

Aug 12, 2016

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Jesus' Training for the Priesthood

Heb 5:7 During the days of Jesus’ life on earth, he offered up prayers and petitions with loud cries and tears to the one who could save him from death, and he was heard because of his reverent submission.

While Jesus prayed throughout his ministry, and indeed was saved from death on many an occasion, the only time in which we see him praying with cries and tears are in gethsamane and perhaps on the cross, which is a case in which he wasn't saved from death - or was he? Indeed could the phrase "save him from death" refer to the resurrection? For in Acts 2, Peter's first Sermon, he quotes from Ps 16, a Messianic psalm - which implies it's something Jesus prayed saying, "my heart is glad and my tongue rejoices; my body also will live in hope, because you will not abandon me to the grave, nor will you let your Holy One see decay." Ps 16:9,10 which Peter says refers to Jesus' resurrection. Acts 2:31 

Notice also that in Gethsemane Jesus requested not to be crucified. But significantly he added, "Not My will, but Yours, be done"Lk 22:42Jesus was heard, but his specific request denied. Nonetheless he was open to this and God did send an angel to strengthen him to prepare him for what was to come.

Much can be drawn from these facts, but in particular concerning his role as our advocate, Jesus has experience in personally approaching the Father with daring requests, but who nonetheless defers to the Father. In a sense you want a lawyer who stays inside the law, but who empathizes with you and is willing to take all steps possible to petition those in charge on your behalf. Jesus doesn't simply care. His love is intense.