The Apostle Paul reached a place dealing with believers where he knew that the only focus He could use to help them calm down and grow was a Jesus Christ only focus. Here is how he put it in his own words:
And I, brethren, when I came to you, did not come with excellence of speech or of wisdom declaring to you the testimony of God. For I determined not to know anything among you except Jesus Christ and Him crucified. I Cor. 2:1-2
Paul’s only Jesus Christ focus included two very important parts. First, he focused believers on who Jesus Christ really is. Second, he focused them on what Jesus Christ really did.
Focusing a Christian only on who Jesus is and what Jesus did seems too limited. It seems like the Christian would never be able to become what the Father wants with such a limited focus.
It may seem that way at first, but anyone who has learned Jesus for who He is and what He did will never say it is not enough.
Paul came to this conclusion because the Scriptures and his own experience with who Jesus is and what Jesus did was the only thing that calmed him down and made him grow. He was the one who wrote “Jesus is all and is in all.” Col. 3:11
It would be wonderful if the churches of today thought this highly of Jesus again.