Here’s an interesting look at one aspect of who Jesus was, from Henry Theissen’s Systematic Theology:
He was an Incessant Worker
Jesus said, “My Father is working until now, and I Myself am working” (John 5: 17), and “We must work the works of Him who sent Me, as long as it is day; night is coming, when no man can work” (John 9:4).
Beginning early in the morning (Mark 1 : 35 ; John 8 : 2) , he continued until late at night (Matt. 8:16; Luke 6:12; John 3:2).
It is interesting to follow him through a typical busy day (Matt. 12:22-13:53; Mark 3:20-4:41).
He forgot about food (John 4:31-34), rest (Mark 6:31), and his own death pains (Luke 23:41-43) when he had the opportunity of helping a needy soul.
His work consisted of teaching (Matt. 5-7), preaching (Mark l:38f.), casting out demons (Mark 5:12f.), healing the sick (Matt. 8, 9), saving the lost (Luke 7:48; 19:9), raising the dead (Matt. 9:25; Luke 7:14; John 11:43), and calling and training his workers (Matt. 10; Luke 10).
As a worker, he was characterized by courage (John 2:14-17;3:3;19:10f.), thoroughness (Matt. 14:36; John 7: 23), impartiality (Matt. 11: 19), and tact (Mark 12:34; John 4:7-30).