Jesus is our perfection, our justice and our holiness. We rest in him and enjoy breathing the atmosphere of the sky to scrutinize every day the word of God. The great writer a. j. Jacob has contributed with his experiment to demonstrate in a funny way, that it is impossible for a human being to comply with the law and the prophets. It is interesting that Jacobs will lead his book acknowledging that although his impossible mission ended as a literary success, also helped him be a better person, because Jacobs is now considered a person more thankful, more tolerant, more happy, more spiritual, and less individualistic. Now considered a reverent agnostic when Jacobs and when we learn us that the Bible was not written for us, but for that the Messiah, I am sure that Jacobs is considered a fervent believer and us we will transform into beings grateful and happy to enjoy a personal friendship with God the father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Living publicly as Jesus for a year motivated by reading the book of Jacobs, pastor Ed Dobson recently tried to live like Jesus for the period of one year.
In his fascinating book, Dobson recounts his Odyssey to the trying unsuccessfully to be like Jesus. Although Dobson sincerely tried to live like Jesus: eating like him, dressing like him, speaking as he, dialoguing as him, preaching as he, inwardly thought as man, yearning to meet their mission impossible thing possible, to begin enjoying the life of man ants: making and eating what the Gentiles like. Like the Apostle Peter, Dobson was given account that could walk on water but only for a few seconds. Dobson, like Pedro, and that any other man, soon claimed: save me because I look like. From Adam to the more recently born they failed in the attempt to live like Jesus.