Did Jesus go to the people? Or did the people go to Jesus?

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August 10, 2016 10:41pm CST
There are more scriptures in the Bible that show that Jesus and his disciples, followers, went to the people. An account in the Bible Book of Acts shows where Philip walked up to an Ethiopian enunch dignitary and began explaining the Bible to him.
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@Meramar (2308)
12 Aug 16
As far as I remember, Jesus went to the people. But, he didn't go to the center where more human activity was. He went through the roads beside where the people had more time to listen what he had to say. He wanted to reach every individual when he showed his wisdom. After, he also ordered his disciples to go on the second roads and not on the mainroads, but the had to reach as more as posible. Nowadays, Jesus stays open for everyone who wants to know Him and learn everything about his Father. He never closes the door to nobody who really wants to learn and to change.
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12 Aug 16
I LOVE your comment! Yes Jesus went to the people where he knew they would be residing. He, Jesus truly was a "fisher of men" And yes Jesus fine example is open for us all to imitate and follow....His heavenly Father, God gave Jesus His seal of approval at Matthew 3:17 which says: " Look! Also, a voice from the heavens said: "This is my Son, the beloved, whom I have approved." So if we work hard at following in Jesus footsteps we will also have God's seal of approval.
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@Meramar (2308)
12 Aug 16
@itslikethistome The only way to aproximate to God is through His son Jesus.
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