Each of the four gospels represents a different (however not essentially conflicting) portrait of Jesus. For Matthew, Jesus is a new Moses, a great teacher who provides a new path to God. For Mark, Jesus is God's suffering servant and those who follow him should expect to suffer in the similar way he did. For Luke, Jesus is a prophet who comes as the savior of all of humanity, a good shepherd who welcomes everyone, especially the sick and poor, and the powerless and outcast. For John, Jesus is the divine Word of God who was with God from the starting, who came down from heaven and went as low as a person can go (washing the feet of his disciples, a task that even a slave could not be needed to perform), who was then lifted up (on the cross, then from the grave), who returned to heaven and is now in the process of lifting up believers and starting them to himself. How do you understand Jesus in any of these or in other ways? Describe the source of your understanding of Jesus?