During prayer meeting tonight, we will be looking at Mark 4:35-41. There we read about Jesus commanding the raging wind and sea to be still during a fierce storm at sea. When the winds and waves responded to his commands, his astonished disciples learned something about Jesus. Their question, "What manner of man is this?," is answered well by one of the Bible commentators:
"Much that is wrong on earth can be corrected. There are mothers who dry tears, repairmen who fix machines, surgeons who remove diseased tissues, counselors who solve family problems, etc. As to correcting the weather? People talk about it, to be sure. But it takes deity to change the weather. It is Jesus who commands the elements of the weather, with the result that even the wind obeys him, and so does the sea."
William Hendriksen, Mark, Grand Rapids: Baker, 2004, pp. 180-81.
Jesus is God who became man. Although he experienced the same humanity that we do, he did not cease to be God. He still was omnipotent and this is clearly seen in Mark's account of what happened. No human can control the weather. Only God can. So, who is this man. Jesus is God.