d that is to proclaim God’s abounding love for His people and how He placed Himself at the center point of Israelites’ struggles to bring them to deliverance.
The Gospel of John supports its claim by showcasing Jesus’ relation with David and the actual prophesies of the prophets from the past, telling that the coming Messiah is the one who belongs in the house of David. In the scripture, God promised to David that He would never break his covenant with Him. Thus, the human existence of Jesus as God is the fulfillment of this eternal promise.
The Gospel of Matthew is making its claim to the Jews, who are people who believe the idea that there is only one God, the one Who delivered them from the hands of their enemies like the Philistines. Just like David, Jesus is the appointed Messiah who will comfort and bring deliverance to the Israelites from the Roman Empire. Although the battle would not include weapons just as how David did it from the past, Jesus’ way of fighting against the oppression was through his teachings about God’s enduring values and principles, which are supposed to bring the people to their victory.
Absolute power and authority are what John is trying to put in the name of Jesus in his writings. This is to justify his claim that Jesus is God. John is trying to emphasize that one should have a strong doctrine of believing that God’s ultimate characteristics and Jesus’ are one. John is appealing his claim to those believers who strongly placed absolute power and authority in the word of God, as John himself claims that God and His Word are one and the Word is Jesus made flesh and dwelt among us. However, just like Matthew, John’s ultimate purpose of sharing the Gospel is to proclaim that Jesus is to deliver us from our sins for us to receive eternal life. Nowadays, because of the sins those describe in the Bible, many people are unable to experience the joy or the life God wants His people to experience. Just like the Israelites ...