Who is Jesus Christ really? The Holy Bible version and not the social media one that is casing confusion and false thinking.
Before proceeding to the biblical story, I wanted to give you a quick overview of who Jesus Christ is personally. He is the Forgiver, Peacemaker, Rebuker, Speaker of the Truth, Savior, Teacher, Leader, Prophet, The Wise, Emotional and Lamb and Lion. I’m sure I left our quit a few but this will get you started.
And, here is another bit of very important information that might just make you think harder about “Who Jesus Is.” As in Mark 1:13 he states “They couldn’t kill Him, death couldn’t hold Him, and Satan couldn’t temp Him even after 40 days of continuously trying to make Him sin.”
Jesus Christ was born in Bethlehem, a small town in Judea, to a young woman named Mary and her husband Joseph. He was born under humble circumstances, and his early life was relatively uneventful.
His birth was prophesied in the Old Testament, and it was greeted by angels and shepherds. However, when he was about 30 years old, he began his public ministry.
Isaiah 7:14 – Mica 5:2 – Hosea 11:1 – Psalms 72:10-11
Jesus traveled throughout Galilee and Judea, preaching and teaching, and attracted large crowds with his message of love, forgiveness, and hope. He healed the sick, raised the dead, and performed other miracles.
Jesus’s teachings were radical for His time, and challenging. He taught that God is love, and that we should love one another as ourselves, we should forgive our enemies, and we should turn the other cheek when we are wronged.
He taught that the Kingdom of God is not a physical place, but a state of being in which love, justice, and peace reign supreme. Jesus’s ministry was characterized by his compassion for the poor and the sick. He healed the sick, raised the dead, and cast out demons.
He also taught his followers about the love of God and the importance of forgiveness. His teachings were so powerful that they attracted a large following, and he soon became a threat to the religious authorities of his day.
He also taught to rebuke sinners and help them find their way to Him
Matthew 4:17 – James 4:8 – Revelations 3:19 – Acts 17:30
Jesus’s message was not well-received by everyone. He challenged the religious and political authorities of his day, often speaking out against their hypocrisy and corruption, and they saw him as a threat to their power, and they eventually conspired to have him arrested and executed.
The religious authorities were jealous of Jesus’s popularity, and they conspired to have him arrested. Jesus was tried by the Roman governor, Pontius Pilate, and he was sentenced to death by crucifixion.
Jesus was crucified on a cross outside the city of Jerusalem, and died an extremely painful death on the third day, but he did not die in vain.
He even predicted His own death in Matthew 17:22-23 -Mark 9:30-32 – Luke 9: 43-45
His death was a sacrifice for our sins, and took our punishment upon himself so that we could be forgiven and have eternal life. But that does not free you from daily sins unless you repent directly to Jesus.
However, Jesus’s death was not the end of his story.
Three days after his death, He rose from the dead. This was a miraculous event that confirmed Jesus’s claims to be the Son of God.
His resurrection was a sign that he had conquered death, and it gave his followers hope for the future, and gave hope to his followers, and it inspired them to spread his message throughout the world.
After his resurrection, Jesus appeared to his disciples several times. He told them that he would be returning to heaven, but he also promised that he would come back again one day.
Jesus ascended into heaven 40 days after his resurrection, and promised to return one day, where He will gather up His true believers during the Rapture, and will return to earth at the end of the Tribulation to judge the earth-bound living and dead.
Read Revelations in the Holy Bible for Tribulation
Jesus’s final return is a hope that Christians hold dear, and it is a reminder that he will one day bring peace and justice to the world.
His return during the Rapture will be a time of great joy for those who have accepted him as their Savior, and repented of their sins.
The story of Jesus Christ is a story of love, compassion, and hope. It is a story that has inspired people for centuries, and it continues to do so today.
Jesus’s life, teachings, death, resurrection, and final return are all part of the Christian faith, and they are all part of the story of salvation.
Jesus Christ is the most important figure in human history.
He is the Son of God, the Savior of the world, and the hope of all humanity.
We can learn a great deal from his life, his teachings, and his death. If we follow his example, we can make the world a better place.
Jesus will one day return to earth. He will judge the living and the dead, and he will establish his kingdom on earth.
“This is a time of great hope for all of us.“
We can look forward to a time when there will be no more pain, no more suffering, and no more death. We can look forward to a time when all people will live in peace and harmony with one another.
He is the light of the world. He is the way, the truth, and the life, and is the only one who can save us from our sins and give us eternal life. If we follow him, we will find true happiness and fulfillment.
Jesus’s resurrection gives hope to his followers, who believed that he would return one day to establish his kingdom on earth.
Jesus’s final return is still to come.
Christians believe that he will return to judge the living and the dead. They also believe that he will bring about a new heaven and a new earth, where there will be no more pain or suffering for those who believe in Him, have faith, accept, and repent for their sins to Him.
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Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.
H John & Jean Johnsen
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