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Jesus Christ


Did Jesus Ever Exist

 

A look at the historical evidence about Jesus from both Christian and secular sources. Did Jesus exist? Much historical evidence proves that He did: A.The 27 different New Testament documents. B. The writings of the Church Fathers (Polycarp, Eusebius, Irenaeus, Origen). It is also noteworthy that Christians throughout the ages were prepared to suffer persecution and even death for His name's sake, and the entire human history has been divided into a pre- and post-Christ era . . .  Read More >>

Did Jesus Ever Exist

Prophecies of the Messiah

 

The Old Testament contains over three hundred references to the Messiah that were fulfilled in Jesus. It has been calculated that the probability of one man fulfilling only eight of these prophesies would be one in ten to the seventeenth power which is 1/100,000,000,000,000,000 or one chance in one hundred quadrillion. The odds of just forty prophecies being fulfilled is one chance in 10 to the one hundred and fifty seventh power. That is 10 followed by 156 zeros.  Read More >>

Prophecies of the Messiah

Is Jesus God

 

Buddhism and Hinduism teach that the Christ, the world teacher, has experienced numerous reincarnations at different stages of human progression. Islam teaches that Jesus Christ was a prophet, but that He was not the Son of God. However, it also teaches that He was born of a virgin, worked miracles, was the Messiah, lived a sinless life, went to heaven, and is coming again before the end of the world. Judaism rejects Jesus outright. To Jews, He is an impostor.  Read More >>

Is Jesus God

Was Jesus the Messiah

 

Jesus claimed to be God. Could He have been telling the truth? Study for yourself the Old Testament prophecies that point to Him. Was Jesus an imposter, or was He the Messiah, the Son of God? This is the vital question we all need to answer for ourselves. One thing is sure, Jesus has created more controversy than any other religious leader.  Read More >>

Was Jesus the Messiah

Solitary Life

 

An anonymous writer wrote this of Jesus; - “Here is a young man who was born in an obscure village, the child of a peasant woman. He grew up in another village. He worked in a carpenter’s shop until he was 30, and then for three years he was an itinerant preacher. He never wrote a book. He never held an office. He never owned a home. He never had a family. He never went to college. He never put his foot inside a great city. He never travelled 200 miles from the place where he was born. Read More >>

Solitary Life

The Human Nature of Jesus

 

The first name used in the Bible for Jesus is "the Seed of the woman." Gen. 3:15, referring to His human nature. The first woman was also the first sinner, used by Satan to tempt man to sin, thereby opening the floodgates of woe. So God would use the Seed of the woman to close these floodgates. Matt. 1:1-16 lists Jesus` genealogy. According to Jewish custom, their genealogies do not list women`s names, yet Jesus' genealogy has four names of women, three of which had tempted men to sin. The Holy Spirit inspired the inclusion of their names to stress the fact that Jesus` human nature was fallen like ours.   Read More >>

The Human Nature of Jesus

Jesus’ Divine Nature

 

Christians are generally familiar with John 3:16: "For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life." We seldom give thought to the terms used here. For instance, "His only begotten Son" is likely to cause people to ask its meaning. The Bible tells the story of the virgin Mary having a child by the Holy Spirit, which also arouses questions that are answered in the Bible. But due to our limited mental powers, our knowledge of God is hazy. We fail to grasp many mysteries.  Read More >>

Jesus’ Divine Nature

Why Did Jesus Die

 

With the end of the first century of the Christian Era and the death of John-the last intimate eyewitness of Christ's ministry-questions previously taken for granted began to surface: Who was Jesus? Why did He come? Why did He die? Responses to such queries came through a host of metaphors found in the Scriptures: the sacrificial Lamb of God that taketh away the sins of the world; the conquering King of kings; the Light of the world. Jesus was seen as the Son of God-a cosmic deliverer, an emissary from heaven. But also as the Son of man, identifying with us.  Read More >>

Why Did Jesus Die

Christ Our Example – His Childhood

 

I would like to take the magnifying glass, and zoom in close on our Savior. Page 50 Confrontation 1971 states “Christ was our example in all things.” And since he is our example, I believe that we need to understand, with the aid of God’s Spirit, what Jesus was for us, in the different areas of His life. What He wanted us to know regarding the victorious Christ-like life, that every one of us can live in the here and now. We are all familiar with the circumstances regarding His birth. I am going to fast-forward to his childhood and youth, which was spent in a little mountain village, the obscure and despised Nazareth.  Read More >>

Christ Our Example – His Childhood

Six Purposes for Christ's Life and Death on Earth

 

God came to Earth, lived a human life, suffered an inhumane death at the hands of the very people He created, and then conquered death by rising again to life. What purpose did His death have? Scripture gives six key reasons why Jesus died. Everyone seems to have a different opinion about why Jesus died. We believe that the Bible gives several reasons for Christ's crucifixion: . . .   Read More >>

Six Purposes for Christ's Life and Death on Earth

Christ’s Atonement in Three Steps

 

Many Christians suppose that when Jesus cried, "It is finished" as He died on the cross, He had completed His work of atonement. That is not true. 1 Cor 15:17 says, "If Christ is not risen, your faith is futile; you are still in your sins." Why? Jesus has been crucified, how can you say that my faith is futile? Because the work of atonement not only requires the blood of the lamb, but also requires a priest to perform certain rites in the sanctuary with that blood. Jesus is the Lamb; He is also the Priest, so after He died, He had to rise again to do His work as our High Priest . . . .  Read More >>

Christ’s Atonement in Three Steps

Jesus, the Recycled Redeemer

 

There is a reason the ancient historical accounts of the life of Jesus of Nazareth do not start with the phrase, “Once upon a time...” On the face of it, the authors did not appear to be writing fairytales for future generations, but rather detailed accounts of the extraordinary events in the life of a particular Jewish carpenter who actually changed the course of history.  Read More >>

Jesus, the Recycled Redeemer

To Be Like Jesus

 

The greatest gift God has given the human race is of course Jesus. And Jesus came to demonstrate the love of the Father. Sadly for most, God’s love and the death of Jesus, is for naught. Sadder still would be the fact that many within the body of Christ, who claim Jesus as Lord and Savior, will one day hear these words from the Savior’s lips, “I never knew you.” To be like Jesus, in the spoken word, in our deeds, in our thoughts, in our general behavior, yes and in character especially, this must be our goal.  Read More >>

To Be Like Jesus