The Truth Of Being An Outcast Essay

1239 Words Apr 13th, 2016 5 Pages
Jesus exposes the potential of being distant in a dominant structure. C.S Lewis (Inner Ring) spoke that “ Until you conquer the fear of being an outsider, an outsider you will remain.” The understanding of being an outcast can be fearful, but yet beneficial. Also in (Leviticus 20:26) states, “Thus you are to be holy to Me, for I the LORD am holy; and I have set you apart from the peoples to be Mine.” Every individual that serves God must stand out from the rest of society and do what God says not what society says.

Arriving as the new king the Pharisees felt as though they would be the outcast, but Jesus the Messiah wanted to stay on the outside and handle his deeds here on Earth. The Pharisees feared Jesus arrival because of the Inner Ring. The Jewish leader thought once God appeared they would be pushed to the outside and will not be able to be the Jewish leader anymore. In (Matthew 23:13-36) “As the religious leaders of the Jews, they were held guilty before God of blocking the way for others seeking to enter into the kingdom of God.” The leader wanted to make sure to block the entrance because they knew Jesus was the Higher Power and they would not be anymore. Although Jesus was still considered the Higher Priest he was still on the outside. Jesus had to be against the world because it was against the will of his Father to be with the world as a whole. Additionally, when Jesus arrived he started his work on Earth. His work beings when he resurrects three…

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