Yeshu reveals more of his plans for martyrdom. The cross, before it became a symbol of the Christian religion was originally a symbol of Jewish martyrdom. Yeshu's reference to it is a clear signal calling for his followers to prepare themselves to be martyrs for his cause.
Yeshu says that some living at that time would live to see his kingdom established. Unless someone alive in the 1st century is still alive now in the 21st, it is clear that Yeshu's words are untrue.
The transfiguration, did it really happen? Yeshu said it was all a vision. Was it a dream, was it induced by some substance? The details of the story indicate that indeed it might be so.
Yeshu deals with both psychological demons, and actual ones, seeming to know the difference.
Yeshu pays taxes, and respects the forms of government.
Yeshu continues to prepare his army by demanding from them absolute, unquestioning, unwavering obedience, he calls this the faith of children.