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There are times when we see Jesus’ humanity in action. We see Jesus eat a meal. We see Jesus drink wine at a party. We see Jesus sleep in a boat. We see Jesus angrily flip tables in the temple. We see Jesus weep.
There are also times when we see his Divinity in action. We see Jesus heal. We see Jesus turn water into wine. We see Jesus’ body transfigured before our eyes. We see Jesus rise from the dead.
Just when we see Jesus act like a human we later see his Divinity in action. We cannot separate the two. As Kallistos Ware says, “Jesus Christ is not fifty percent God and fifty percent man, but one hundred percent God and one hundred percent man.”
Centering prayer is an exercise when we let go. We let go of our desire to understand this paradox. We let go of unnecessary debates and arguments over this paradox. We make a decision that to not know is ok. We dive fully into the Jesus Paradox.