Matthew 14:13-14

I love being alone. If I can't be with my family, then I'd rather be alone. Especially when I have stuff that I'm thinking about. It just seems like people get in the way of me being able to process things and feel emotions.
What I think is so amazing about Jesus is that even when he was placed in extremely frustrating situations, he never let it show. Jesus had just learned that his cousin had died and he wanted to be alone. But people followed him because he's Jesus. He doesn't get mad and magically disappear. Instead he heals people and ministers to them.
I think that's incredible, how Jesus was constantly moved with compassion despite his personal desires to be alone. It must have been so frustrating for him to be in a cage of human flesh. JM

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