As He walked through each day from its beginning to its end we know from the precious Word of God that He conducted Himself with complete control, even in the most trying of circumstances. He was never sidetracked and distracted from His mission. He was not diverted either by an inflated ego when things appeared to be going well or by discouraged when the tide was against Him.
He always treated women with respect, (no matter what her former background was.) He handled little children with tenderness, (no matter who they belonged to.) Everyone was made to feel valued, (no matter what their status was.)
His walk brought Him to the lives of the sick and sorrowing bringing to them complete healing and restoration. He brought to them joy and peace in all its fullness and perfection. His walk brought Him to all kinds of people; young and old, rich and poor, healthy and sick, Jews and Gentiles. His walk eventually took Him all the way to the cross where He would walk no more. And even there, His very deportment spoke to the soul of another who was dying with Him.
As He walked through the days of His short life, His words were never wasted; every one of them ministered grace unto the hearers, whoever they were. His words were powerful, stirring up and causing a threat to the religious rulers of that day, and yet His words were able to control a troubled and angry tossed sea to be perfectly calm! And the words He spoke while there on the cross must have had a profound effect upon all those who were near enough to hear.
Oh what a walk was His; never was there a life lived like His life. The world has never seen such a Man and never will again. He came with a purpose, and fulfilled it. He demonstrated every moment of every day clearly for all to see exactly what God is like.
John the Baptist summed it all up in just five little words: “Behold the lamb of God”, and all who truly behold Him will find a never ending display of wonderment and glory.
The Apostle Paul said when he was addressing Christians: