Remember, Jesus was born a mortal. He realized early, during his short life on earth, his special qualities and divinity, as well as the connection between himself and our Father, God. He knew he was sent here to teach others this connection. He was born a Jew. He did not disobey civil law, but he carved new roads out of old stone. He simply ignored the arrogant, self righteous and evil in his world. He focused on the meek, the humble, the poor and the lost. He lived a common life among common ordinary people. He walked among the sinners; the thieves, the downtrodden, the materially bankrupt, the drunks and the prostitutes. He did not come for so called Saints or the Kings. He established a "New Way". . Jesusanity. . a new way for the world to see Jesus. A new and renewed hope in his teachings. A wake up call..."
~ A Jesusonian Teacher of Truth"
You are not given truth to crystallize into settled, safe, and honored forms
176:3.7 Truth is living; the Spirit of Truth is ever leading the children of light into new realms of spiritual reality and divine service. You are not given truth to crystallize into settled, safe, and honored forms. Your revelation of truth must be so enhanced by passing through your personal experience that new beauty and actual spiritual gains will be disclosed to all who behold your spiritual fruits and in consequence thereof are led to glorify the Father who is in heaven.
Only those faithful servants who thus grow in the knowledge of the truth, and who thereby develop the capacity for divine appreciation of spiritual realities, can ever hope to “enter fully into the joy of their Lord.” What a sorry sight for successive generations of the professed followers of Jesus to say, regarding their stewardship of divine truth: “Here, Master, is the truth you committed to us a hundred or a thousand years ago. We have lost nothing; we have faithfully preserved all you gave us; we have allowed no changes to be made in that which you taught us; here is the truth you gave us.” But such a plea concerning spiritual indolence will not justify the barren steward of truth in the presence of the Master. In accordance with the truth committed to your hands will the Master of truth require a reckoning.
From the book "The Life and Teachings of Jesus"