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Humanity can be best described as being a humane characteristic attribute or act Divinity can be described as being God-like Jesus Christ often displayed these characteristics of humanity and divinity many times in Matthews interpretation of his lifetime We are told in Matthew 123 Behold a virgin shall be with child and bring forth a son and they shall call his name Emmanuel which being interpreted is God with us There are two signs of the divinity of Jesus Christ in this verse Firstly being born of a virgin Only a divine or God-like person could possibly be born in such a way Secondly being destined to be called Emmanuel meaning God with us This is also a sign of the great divinity of Jesus Christ as it shows that God wanted everyone to know that he was always with Him and a part of him Matthew 1627 says For the Son of man shall in the glory of His Father with His angels and He shall reward every man according to his works This verse is an example of both divinity and humanity Firstly divinity is shown when the verse says Son of man shall comewith his angels This shows that the divine Jesus Christ always has the protection of the angels with him The second part of the verse says He shall reward every man This shows the humanity of Jesus Christ as He is giving rewards to those who follow and love Him Matthew 1811 states For the Son of man is come to save that which is lost Jesus Christs act of dying on the cross for our sins is one of the most important and obvious acts of humanity displayed in the Bible Jesus sacrificed His own life and suffered great agony to save Humankind from an eternal existence in Hell It is said in Matthew 2028 Even as the Son of man came not to
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