Jesus, as the descendants of Adam, suffered all human encounters in the world. In the place where mankind failed, he triumphed; humans did not suffer and curse, and he took the place of man. In order to let the story of Jesus touch different people, they also tells us that God is great enough that not one person can describe him to be complete, and at least different books are required to document Jesus’ life. The gospels also tell us that no one has the full truth, and the author of that gospel claim that the story of Jesus he wrote is the most orthodox. Everything else is not counted. They complement each other and echo each other. Among them, the so-called view is that if they are viewed side by side, they have a lot of similarities in general, but there are many differences in comparison. These differences reflect the author’s unique insight and can make the same story emerged in a new mood.

Jesus Christ is projected as a savior in those Gospel. The life, death, resurrection, and ascension of God’s Son, Jesus Christ, is the true gospel. His humiliation, his death on the cross is the gospel of all mankind. The shame he suffered; the pain he suffered; and the death penalty that he suffered were the devil’s accursed covenant to God’s covenant. Because he had experienced all this, the talent was saved from the shame of the covenant curse, and the death penalty, Therefore, Jesus’ suffering and death itself is the gospel! Therefore, they can use a lot of space of Gospel to tell the story of Jesus’ death.

I like the Mark 4:9. it gives The Parable of the Sower. God reveals the secrets of his family to those who have hearts open, willing to accept, and obey; to those who refuse to accept light, they are deliberately hidden. They are the “outsiders” that Jesus refers to. The words in verse 12 seem to the general readers to be a bit harsh and unfair. Jesus said  “He who has ears to hear, let him hear.” The mystery of the kingdom of God is only known to those who have a willingness to accept. At that time, the mystery of the New Testament was not known to anyone, but there was only truth that could be known through special revelation. It means that Let them see it but see it, but they do not know it; but when they hear it, they do not understand it, and if they turn back, they will be forgiven. However, I must bear in mind that these people have enjoyed great rights. The Son of God once taught them and they also performed many powerful miracles in front of them. Not only did they not recognize that he was truly the Messiah, but they also rejected him more. They cast aside the light of the world. Therefore, in the light of his lessons, they will also be denied. Afterwards, they will see his miracles but they will not know the meaning of spirituality. He will also hear his words, but he will not understand the esoteric work. The last chance to listen to the gospel is true, and it is possible for people to sin from the day of grace. People will drift away from salvation. Some people who once rejected the Saviour really did not have the opportunity to repent and be forgiven. They can hear the gospel, but the seeds fall on the stubborn ears and the cold heart. Thus, this is a quite profound lesson to be learned by the followers.