Did Christ ever say that He was God?

The Catholic Answers

Yes. He declared His divinity when He said, “I and the Father are one.” Jn. X., 30. The Jews knew it, and said, “For a good work we stone thee not, but for blasphemy; and because that thou, being a man, makest thyself God.” Again, Christ accepted the supreme homage implied by the words of Thomas, “My Lord and my God.” Jn. XX., 28. He could not have let such an expression go without correction, had He not been God. We know that, if any ordinary man claimed to be God, he would either be insane or untruthful. But Christ was not insane. He was ever a model of self-control, and the wisest teacher and legislator the world has seen. Nor was He a liar. His moral character forbids the possibility of a lie in so grave a matter. Christ really lived. He was not insane. He was not a liar. He claimed to be God. He accepted the adoration due to God. He is God.

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