Jesus has always been a "Sign of contradiction" (Lk 2:34, our transl). Some people respond to the contradiction by trying to destroy Him and His Church, while others follow Him and are healed (see Mt 12:14-15).
Jesus is the greatest Healer of all times. But He wants to be known not primarily as a healer but as crucified Love (see 1 Jn 4:8, 16).
Jesus is the Lord of lords and the King of kings, yet He comes to us as the Suffering Servant (see Mt 12:18ff).
Jesus proclaims justice (Mt 12:12), and He is Justice (1 Cor 1:30). But His "mercy triumphs over judgment" (Jas 2:13).
Jesus is our Judge, Who will, if necessary, accept our decision to be alienated from Him forever and to damn ourselves. However, Jesus has died and risen so that all might be saved and none would be damned (see 1 Tm 2:4).
Jesus is our Redeemer. He frees us only by making us His slaves (see Rm 6:16).
Jesus is God, Who emptied Himself to become a human being (Phil 2:7). This means Jesus is simultaneously fully God and fully man. But how can this be? Totally give yourself to Jesus. Plunge into the paradox and mystery of His infinite love.