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The theme of Matthew is Jesus the Messiah the king of the Jews based on Isaiah 11:1 and Jeremiah 23:5 and 33:15-18;the theme of Luke is Jesus the Messiah the SON of Man based on Zechariah 6:12 and the theme of John is Jesus the Messiah the SON of GOD based on Isaiah 4:2 and Jeremiah23:5 and 33:15-18 again. All based on the BRANCH motif. Also, we see in Zechariah 2 different persons identified as YHVH of HOSTS in chapter 2:8_9 where ME is sent by YHVH of HOSTS and yet ME is also YHVH of HOSTS. Same thing found in Genesis 19:24.
The Greek word perfected is literally complete, fulfilling, consummation -as easily seen in your Concordance and the completion mentioned in Luke 13:32 is speaking of the resurrection. This word always refers to reaching a goal and in Scripture, the goal is the desire of God. In Hebrews 2 He is the ruler of Salvation by means of His sufferings-all this on behalf of others both Jews and Gentiles. Jesus was perfect at the incarnation-the Holy Child of Luke 1:35. Negatively He is sinless, positively He is just/righteous/holy in His humanity as in Acts3:14, Acts 22:14 etc. The full gospel is that faith in the death, burial and resurrection produce eternal life in the believer-see 1 Corinthians 15:2-4. Jesus could not become High Priest until after His death, burial, resurrection, and ascension-use the Concordance for all these words.