by Keith Krell

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What Did Jesus Do? (3 of 5)
Series: Who is This Jesus?
Keith Krell
A Walk through the Gospels

My dad is the consummate walker. With his lean, 6'2"½ frame he walks at a very brisk pace. When I was growing up, wherever we went, I always tried to keep pace with him. Unfortunately, it was always hard to match his stride. I remember times when I hooked my fingers onto his belt loops or back pockets, held on, and just let him drag me in his wake. On one of these occasions, I noticed that my dad was wearing Levi Moving On action jeans. It was then that I nicknamed him, "the moving-on man." I used to always say that my dad was, "a man on a mission."

As I grew up, I realized that my dad was a lot like Jesus. Jesus was a "moving-on man" who was "a man on a mission." Even a cursory reading of the Gospels reveals that Jesus always had one great end in view. From the very beginning of His public ministry, Jesus' objective was His final journey to Jerusalem and His death there, as a substitute for sinners. It was this goal of suffering that compelled Him to do what He did. This leads to the questions: What did Jesus do? How did Jesus become the greatest person to ever walk this earth? What difference should what Jesus did 2,000 years ago make in my life today? We will be considering five prominent works that Jesus did. It is my conviction that if you seek to practice what Jesus did, you will discover your ultimate purpose and significance.

1. Jesus forgave sinners. If you were to observe the events in the life of Jesus, you would note that people actually pursued Him. A woman worked her way through a crowd just to touch Him. A group of men lowered a friend through a roof just so he would be in the presence of Jesus. Zaccheus climbed up in a sycamore tree so that he could see Him. People loved Jesus and they wanted to be with Him. However, we're going to read about a woman who was actually forced into Jesus' presence. Please turn with me to John 8:1-11.

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