Did He look different from the rest of the Jews or was He no different from those of His day?
I believe that we will be shocked on the day that we see Jesus Christ.
They had no power tools of course so the wood had to be cut by using hand tools and great physical labor which must have took long, tedious hours to work with.
The wood was not like what we see today; two by fours or four by sixes. These timbers had to be cut down by hand and they had to be sawed down into workable sections. And carpenters in those days worked with stone more than they did wooden beams.
Hopefully you will see Him on the day of His return as your Savior and not as your Judge, but we’ll discuss that later but right now we are asking if Jesus had long hair.
The Bible is silent on the length of His hair but there is no reason to believe that He had the long, flowing locks of hair that the movies portrayed Him as having or the thousands of pictures that display Him with long hair. In fact Paul knew that it was customarily a shame for a man to have long hair (1 Cor ) and knowing that Jesus was a carpenter, having long hair would have gotten in the way of His work.
Jesus was not the effeminate looking man that most images reveal Him as.
He was a carpenter and carpenters in those days not only worked with wood, they worked with stones.
Pastor Judah has authored several books including “Dating Delilah”, a book on purity from a new perspective, and his new book, “Jesus Is”.Her countenance dropped, and I thought "rule change." She's like, "I don't really want to go to a movie." I said, "Neither do I.They're secular." Gentlemen, what you have to know about date night is that there is always a score and if you score high enough, you score. Maybe you'll notice that Moses' request was not fully granted by God. It was in Jesus that we got the full answer to Moses' request.I'm going to start in Exodus 33, and I'd like us to consider the glory of God and its implications in your life as a leader, and most importantly as a follower of Christ. I believe if in fact that statement is true, you will leave here tonight with a surplus, the overwhelming fact and truth that you will leave hear tonight with everything you need for living and leading and pastoring. And if you really love them you will know their rules and abide by them, and then they will feel loved. And women are under no obligation to tell you when the rules change.
Thursday night is the most special night in our family. When you've had children, the rhythm of life sounds something like this: date night, blur, date night, blur. I wish someone had told me before we got married that women have rules. So the other days I suggested we do dinner, coffee, dessert, and a movie.
Judah is the author of several books, including Dating Delilah, a book on purity from a new perspective.