"I am going to the Father; for my Father is greater than I."
John ch 14 v 28
i have read this passage sooooo many times, as its in the third hour gospel of the agpia, and for the first time i noticed this verse.
Jesus is saying that His Father (God) is greater than Himself. i paused after i read this and said to my self "self, how does this coincide with the Concept of the Trinity?"
the answer is im not sure, i was thinking, it had something to do with Christ being Limited in His human state, cause as we all know on the mount of transfiration his disciples saw him shining like the sun, they saw His glory, so the human body may have limited him. is that a possible answer?
and another question i asked myself was why does Jesus say, and i cant remember the referance so ill paraphrase, that only the father knows when the second coming will be, why woodnt Christ himself know, when He Himself is coming back, for the secong coming?
then i asked myself again why does Christ say: "let it be according to Your will and not to mine" in the Garden on the night of the trial, didnt they have the same will?
then finally i asked myself if Christ had the authority to forgive sins, why did he say on the cross "Father forgive them, for they know not what they do." couldnt Jesus he forgive them?
so after i asked myself all these questions, i realized i wasnt goin anywhere.
im asking you.