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Sermons about Who Is Jesus

  • Based on 1 review| 7,586 viewsFaith in Jesus Will Provide the Answers to Your Questions.Text: Acts 9:5 NKJV”And he asked, “Who are You, Lord? “And he said, “Who are You, Lord? As a result, the Lord revealed himself to be Jesus, whom you were persecuting. When you’re kicking against the goads, it might be difficult.””A. Saul’s Searching Question(1) Saul was zealous in his persecution of the church.(2) Jesus met Saul on moreScripture:
  • Saul’s Searching Question Acts 9:5
  • Acts 9:6 Pentecostal is the denomination.

Who Is Jesus?Series

  • Based on 3 ratings| 11,709 views based on 3 ratings The first sermon in a series on the Gospel of John was preached today. Who exactly is Jesus? In the book of John, verses 1 through 13, we learn that Jesus is the Son of God and that he came into the world to save sinners. For a few years, the Apostle John had kept a close eye on the Lord and inspected him. He has now been serving the Lord for a number of years. It is thought that this Gospel was written in the year 85 A.D., making it the last Gospel to be written. By the time this book arrived in the churches, most of the New Testament had already been completed. click here to find out more Scripture: John 1:1-13
  • Baptist denomination: John 1:1-13

Who Is This JesusSeries

  • What does God’s Word have to say about the character of Jesus Christ? Morning Worship on July 17th, 2016. John 1:1 is the text. The Deity of Christ
  • Part 6 of the Inspired Word of God on the subject of the Deity of Christ Series Who Is This Jesus, and What Does He Look Like? I’d like to bring us back to our discussion of the inspired Word of God. We haven’t arrived to that decision yet, have we? Isn’t it true that we understand everything? click here to find out more Sacred Text: John 1:1
  • Religious Organization: Assembly of God

Who Is This Jesus?Series

  • God takes on the form of a human being. God lowers himself to the level of a defenseless child in the process. GOD DECIDED TO COME DOWN AND RAISE US UP. God wants to alter our hearts
  • He wants to create us into a new creature. This is Christmas—one resolve—God wants to change our hearts. WORLD RECORD SETTERS * Virginia Dare (1587): The first child born in the American colonies was born on August 18, 1587, on (now) Roanoke Island, North Carolina. * André-Jacques Garnerin (1797): The first parachute jump took place on October 22, 1797, over Manseau Park in Paris, using a 23-foot-diameter white canvas parachute with a basket attached. click here to find out more Scriptural references: Luke 1:26-38, Luke 1:46-55
  • Religious affiliation: other

Who Is Jesus?Series

  • Jesus Christ is the Son of God and the Saviour of the world, according to the Bible. What is the identity of Jesus? Jn. 1:1-5 is the text. Introduction 1. Who exactly is Jesus? a. Some believe he is the Son of God
  • B. Some believe he was a moral teacher
  • C. Some believe he was a nice man
  • D. Some believe he was a prophet. But is he really capable of becoming all of those things? The second person is C. S. Lewis, a former professor at Cambridge University who was previously an agnostic. click here to find out more Sacred Scripture: John 1:1-5
  • Christian denomination: Methodist

Who Is JesusSeries

  • There are many people nowadays who are perplexed regarding the person of Jesus. An eye witness is the most persuasive type of testimony in any court of law. John is a first-hand witness, and you heard his account of the events today. It was not until much later in the church’s history, when the original apostles were teaching and building churches, including Paul, that the New Testament as we know it today was finally completed. The writers of the New Testament were all first-generation disciples of Jesus, and their work would not be completed until the Gospel of John was written down. click here to find out more Scriptural reference: 1 John 1:1-4
  • Denominational affiliation: Christian/Church of Christ

Who Is Jesus?

  • It provides an answer to the question, “Who do mankind claim to be the Son of Man?” “Can you tell me who Jesus is?” Matthew 16:13-18 is a biblical passage. David P. Nolte is an American businessman. In order to be an honest historian or to be objectively thinking, one must acknowledge that Jesus was a genuine person who lived in Judea and was credited with numerous miraculous actions before being killed during Pilate’s rule. No, that is not the question. click here to find out more Scripture:
  • Jesus Christ’s teachings in Matthew 16:13-18
  • Christian/Church of Christ

Who Is Jesus

  • 1 review| 8,839 views based on 1 rating Many individuals have strong feelings about who Jesus is, but these feelings are simply that: feelings. What actually important is what the Bible says about Jesus and how he came to be. Jesus is well-known to a large number of people. However, many people are completely unaware of who Jesus is. Was he some kind of sage from long ago? Was he only a religious instructor, or anything more? Who exactly is this Jesus? Many people have strong feelings regarding Jesus. But do you have any idea how much my opinion is worth to you? It is only worth what you think it is worth. In. click here to find out more Sacred Scripture: John 1:18-26
  • Religious affiliation: Christian/Church of Christ

Who Is Jesus?

  • Jesus is the eternal WORD who has taken on human form. He is one hundred percent God, and he gives LIFE to those who trust in him. Who exactly is Jesus? In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. John 1:1–5The Word was God. 2He was there with God from the beginning. 3All things were created through Him, and there was no thing created that was not created through Him. 4In Him was life, and the life was the light of humanity. 5The light was in Him, and He was the life. click here to find out more Scripture: John 1:1-5
  • Presbyterian/Reformed denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed

Who Is Jesus?Series

  • 1 review| 17,312 views based on 1 vote With the assistance of God, Peter was able to answer the most crucial question that we must all answer: Who is Jesus? Introduction: A packed airline flight was canceled one day due to overcrowding. 1. There was only one gate agent at the counter, and he was in charge of rebooking the lengthy queue of tourists who had been inconvenienced and annoyed by the situation. When one irate passenger forced his way through the crowd to the desk, he slammed his ticket against the counter. click here to find out more Scripture references: Matthew 16:13-20
  • Religious affiliation: Christian/Church of Christ

Who Is Jesus?

  • 3.01 out of 5 stars | 3,301 total views Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy are two characters that we have all taught our children about. Did they actually exist, or were they just a myth? Find out more by listening to this sermon! What is the identity of JESUS? 13-20 (Matthew 16:13-20) Upon entering the vicinity of Caesarea Philippi, Jesus addressed His followers, “Who do men claim that I, the Son of Man, am?” He then went on to say, “Who do you think I am?” 14. “Some believe it was John the Baptist
  • Others believe it was Elijah
  • Yet others believe it was one of the prophets,” they stated. 15 “However,” he explained to them. click here to find out more The Bible verses are Matthew 16:13-20
  • The denomination is either Evangelical or Non-Denominational

Who Is This Jesus?Series

  • Based on 4 ratings| 6,952 views based on 4 ratings We hear ourselves and other believers express our love for Jesus, but what exactly does it mean? Before we can fully love someone, we must first understand who they are. Today, I’d want us to take a closer look at who this Jesus is that we claim to adore. The sermon was written on December 30, 2010, and it was delivered on January 2, 2011. Where the sermon was delivered: OPBC (AM) Details of the sermon: ‘Falling in Love With Jesus’ is the title of the series. Who is this Jesus, and what does he want with me? Text for the sermon: John 1:1-131 In the beginning, there was the Word, and then there was the. click here to find out more Scripture: John 1:1-13
  • Religious affiliation: other

Who Is Jesus

  • The following is based on 7 ratings| 3,673 views He’s been referred to as a mystic, a revolutionary, a legend, a troublemaker, and a variety of other titles. Who exactly is Jesus? Who exactly is Jesus? He’s been referred to as a mystic, a revolutionary, a legend, a troublemaker, and a variety of other titles. Who exactly is Jesus? What was His personality like? Do we conceive of Him as the baby in the manger or as the crucified Savior, depending on our perspective? People have spoken a lot of nice things about Him. The Gospel of John concludes with the statement that the world could. click here to find out more Scripture: Matthew 16:13-17
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  • Denomination: Christian

Who Then Is This Jesus?Series

  • The following are the results of 71 ratings| 9,670 views There are three pertinent questions that we should consider in light of the occurrence described in Luke 11:14-28. ‘Is Jesus the Son of God, as He claims?’ is the first question. “How can I know that he is who he claims to be?” is the second question. The final question is, “What Should I Do in the Face of This?” A Study of the Sermon on the Mount from the Book of Luke30 “Then who is this Jesus?” says the narrator. Luke 11:14-26 (KJV) The Honorable John R. Hamby, D.D.S. Josh McDowell, a Christian author, wrote a book titled “Evidence That Demands a Verdict” some years ago (1972), which is still available online. click here to find out more Baptists follow the teachings of Luke 11:14-26 as their primary biblical text.

Who Is JesusSeries

  • The disciples are attempting to comprehend Jesus’ true identity. 15. Who exactly is Jesus? The 28th of November, 2010 Who exactly is Jesus? Our series on the Gospel of Luke is continuing, and this time we’re asking the question: Who is Jesus? Our text today deals with the most important question we will ever have to answer in our lives: “What is the most important question we will ever answer?” Simply because we are familiar with Jesus. click here to find out more Scripture: Luke 9:18-27
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Sermons about Jesus Christ –

  • While imprisoned on the isles of Patmos, John writes this book, which is regarded to be the revelation of Jesus Christ by the Christian community. In the Revelation of Jesus Christ, verses 1 through 20 are given. Overview: John has been exiled to the island of Patmos, which is located approximately 40 miles southwest of the shore of Ephesus, for his actions. He is the only Apostle who did not die a martyr’s death, making him unique among the Apostles. He gets carried away by the Spirit on what he refers to as the Lord’s. click here to find out more Scripture: Revelation 1:10-20
  • Baptist denomination: Revelation 1:10-20

Is Jesus Christ, The “Messiah”? (2)Series

  • What did you think when Jesus performed MIRACLES such as HEALING, RAISING THE DEAD TO LIFE, and so on. It was the mission of the MESSIAH to deliver GOOD NEWS to the BROKEN HEARTED, to ENCOURAGE the OPPRESSED and those who are PERSECUTED, to INSPIRE the HOPELESS, and to raise up those who are oppressed. So, SAVIOR, what are your thoughts on the matter? “And He said to them, ‘These are the words that I said to you,’ he continued. All things written in the Law of Moses, the Prophets, and the Psalms about me must be fulfilled in order for me to be accepted by the Lord as a child of God. Then He opened their eyes to see what they were seeing. click here to find out more Sacred Scripture: Luke 24:22-47
  • Religious affiliation: *other

Peace Through Jesus Christ

  • Developing a close connection with Jesus Christ is the only way to find complete peace in your life. Developing our prayer life and being obedient to Him are two ways in which we might assist Him in this endeavor. Shalom! Peace! Jesus provides us the gift of his serenity as a thank you for following him. “Here, the customary greeting with which people wish one another shalom, peace, becomes something new: it becomes the gift of the peace that Jesus alone can offer since it is the fruit of his tremendous triumph,” stated Pope Benedict XVI of this development. click here to find out more Scriptural references include John 14:23-29
  • Denominational references include Free Methodist.

Jesus Christ – The God-ManSeries

  • Based on 1 review| 6,571 total views None of the persons who have ever lived has had such an influence on humanity as Christ. It is impossible to overstate the significance of his contribution. The sovereign God-Man sent Himself to the cross in submission to the will of the Father. We are urged to have the mind of Christ in order to be successful. Jesus Christ is the God-Man, and he is the Son of God. Paul writes in Philippians 2:5-11. Today we’ll be discussing a portion of Scripture that I’m looking forward to reading with tremendous excitement and humility. I am fully aware that all Scripture was written by God’s inspiration, yet this is, in my opinion, one of the most powerful passages ever recorded in the Bible. click here to find out more Scriptural reference: Philippians 2:5-11. Religious affiliation: Baptist.

Are You Raised With Jesus Christ

  • 1 review| 5,033 views based on 1 rating Living in the manner of Christ. ARE YOU A CHILD OF JESUS CHRIST OR A CHILD OF JESUS CHRIST? The apostle Paul writes in Colossians 3:11 that if you have been raised with Christ, seek those things which are above, where Christ sits at the right side of God. 2 Direct your affections above, rather than downward, toward things on the earth. 3 Because you and yours are no longer alive. click here to find out more Scripture: Colossians 3:1-4
  • Baptist denomination: Colossians 3:1-4

The Gospel Of Jesus ChristSeries

  • The following is based on 9 ratings| 7,473 views What would you answer to someone who inquired as to how they may become a believer in Christ? Learn how to remember and share the gospel to people who are in need of it by watching this video. The Questions of Mission is a series of essays. What is it – The Good News of Jesus Christ. 1 Corinthians 15:1-8 is a biblical passage. Who am I: My name is [insert name here]. A sinner who has been separated from God Who is Jesus, and what is his mission? The Christ, who is God shown in the flesh What did Jesus do was as follows: Veterans Day commemorates the death of Jesus Christ for our sins and the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. click here to find out more Scripture:
  • 1 Corinthians 15:3-4
  • Evangelical/non-denominational
  • 1 Corinthians 15:3-4
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Who Is Jesus ChristSeries

  • The following is based on 2 ratings| 2,685 views What is the method through which Paul introduces Jesus Christ to the Church in Rome? WHAT PERSON DOES HE DEMONSTRATE CHRIST TO BE? Who is Jesus Christ, according to Romans 1:3-4? The following is what the Father has spoken about his Son Jesus Christ our Lord, who was born of a virgin according to the flesh, and who was declared to be the Son of God with power, according to the spirit of holiness, by his resurrection from the dead: I. In Romans 1:1-2, we are told to. click here to find out more Scriptural reference: Romans 1:3-4
  • Denomination: Church of God

Jesus Christ-The CornerstoneSeries

  • Based on 7 ratings| 34,811 views based on 7 ratings A spiritual temple necessitates the use of a highly special type of construction material. It will be constructed of living stones, which will be the actual lives of individuals who have come to be spiritually alive as a result of their trust in Jesus Christ. Such construction must begin with Jesus, for He alone is the source of all life. 1 2 Peter 2:4-6 JESUS CHRIST IS THE CENTERPOINT OF EVERYTHING. God has invited us to a life of construction rather than destruction. Following Peter’s instruction to cleanse ourselves of evil and to mature in our salvation, he goes on to explain how we should go about doing so. click here to find out more Scripture:
  • s1 2 Peter 2:4-6
  • Baptist denomination
  • 2 Peter 2:4-6

The Blood Of Jesus Christ

  • What the blood can accomplish for any and all guys is incredible. JESUS CHRIST’S BLOOD IS THE ESSENCE OF JESUS. His blood is a God-ward aspect, according to Hebrews 12:1. COVERING – A COVERING IS THE BASIS FOR ATONEMENT. Leviticus 17:11 (KJV) Because the blood contains the life of the body, and I have offered it to you on the altar in order to make atonement for your sins. click here to find out more Hebrews 12:1-12
  • Baptist (Baptist denomination)
  • Scripture

Jesus Christ: Mighty To Save

  • This scripture is typically presented with a strong emphasis on offering gratitude. That is something we will definitely do. However, there are some great truths that we may learn about Jesus Christ, such as His compassion for those who are helpless and hopeless, and His sufficiency to redeem those who are helpless and hopeless. Jesus Christ Is a Mighty Victory. Luke 17:11-19 (KJV) First and foremost, what would you do if you were leaving church today and 10 individuals who all had the same dangerous, infectious condition screamed for your attention, begging you to assist them? 2.This is exactly what occurred to Jesus Christ when He passed through Samaria on His way to Jerusalem. click here to find out more The Bible Church is a denomination.

The Supremacy Of Jesus ChristSeries

  • However, via His works of creation as well as His rule over the Church, Jesus has demonstrated that He is the highest being over all, and that He is worthy of our adoration. JESUS CHRIST’S SUPPORMACY IN THE WORLD COLOSSIANS 1:15-23 COLOSSIANS 1:15-23 CHRISTIAN CHURCHES IN THE GREENMOUNT AND O’LEARY AREA This message was preached on October 30, 2016, and you may hear it by clicking on the audio link below: INTRODUCTION:1.) There are many people today who. click here to find out more Scripture: Colossians 1:15-23
  • Religious affiliation: Christian/Church Of Christ

Mighty Acts Of Jesus Christ

  • It demonstrates how much Christ has sacrificed for you. I.THE OUTSTANDING DEEDS OF JESUS CHRIST (1) He is the source of life. 5:21 (John 5:21) For just as the Father raises the dead and brings them back to life, so the Son brings back to life whomever he chooses. (2) He is the one who liberates. 8:35 (John 8:35) For this reason, the servant does not remain in the house. click here to find out more Sacred Scripture: John 5:21
  • Christian denomination: Baptist

Jesus Christ: The Son Of God

  • We will see that Jesus is the final revelation of God to mankind in this short series, and we will also look at some of Jesus’ earliest public statements about his ministry. We will be looking at the calling of the first disciples in this message, and we will be challenging you to “COME AND SEE” JESUS CHRIST: THE SON OF GOD. JOHN 1:35-51 is a biblical text. The first of these messages will be delivered the following week and will be titled “JESUS THE WORD.” JESUS IS THE FINAL REVELATION, OR THE LAST WORD OF GOD TO MAN, AND WE WILL LOOK AT SOME OF JESUS’ FIRST STATEMENTS IN MINISTRY AFTER THAT. TODAY, ON THE OTHER HAND, I WANT TO DISCUSS THE. click here to find out more Sacred Scripture: John 1:35-51
  • Christian denomination: Baptist

Sermon on Jesus Christ

Categories:Easy Sermons to Preach,Sermon Outlines,Short Sermon Outlines,Short Sermons,Topical Sermon Outlines,Short Sermons,Short Sermons,Topical Sermon Outlines INTRODUCTION: What is the identity of Jesus Christ? 1. When it comes to learning about someone, we all have to start somewhere. 2. We can learn about Jesus in the same manner that we would learn about anyone else in the same situation. 3. We shall investigate the subject, “Who is Jesus Christ?” by speaking with his friends and family members, consulting with authorized authorities, and interviewing the guy himself, among other methods.

  • I.Let’s talk to some of his friends and relatives.
  • Martha is the protagonist of the story.
  • In the book of Peter, Matthew 16:16 and 2 Peter 1:16-173 are cited.
  • Thomas, according to John 20:285, and his brothers.
  • His mother.
  • Let’s consult with the appropriate authority.
  • Luke 2:112 is a passage from the Bible that explains how to be a Christian.

The Father is the one who created everything.



I am the resurrection, says Jesus in John 14:62.

John 8:58 (NIV) FINAL DISCUSSION: Who exactly is Jesus Christ?

It’s not only a man’s world.

You are not a madman.

Not a liar in any way.

Jesus Christ, the Son of God.

Who is Jesus Christ

SermonSubmittedPresented24:13 Turn to 1 John 4:1-3 and read it aloud. Pray. In the book of 1 John, the Apostle John, one of Jesus’ early followers, writes, “.so ye may know that you have eternal life.” (that is, that ye have eternal life). However, the last verse of the book reveals a secondary motivation for the composition of 1 John, which is in direct correlation with the first. Moreover, we know that the Son of God has come and has given us wisdom in order that we may know him who is true, and that we are in him who is true, even in his Son Jesus Christ.

  1. Why is it necessary for us to understand who Jesus is?
  2. As a result, it is critical that we comprehend Who Jesus Christ is.
  3. It is fundamental to soteriology because, if our Lord was not who He claimed to be, then His atonement was an inadequate, rather than a sufficient, payment for sin on the cross.
  4. Christ, on the other hand, is Christianity.
  5. Turn to Acts 5:27-39 and read them aloud.
  6. There is absolutely nothing in the world without Him.
  7. That is a question that everyone of us must answer: He asks them, “But who say ye that I am?” he continues.

It would be difficult to consider Jesus a great moral teacher if he were simply a man who spoke the kinds of things Jesus said.

You are required to make a decision.

Whether you want to shut him up and call him an idiot, spit on him and murder him as a demon, or fall at his feet and name him Lord and God, let us not come at him with any patronizing bullshit about his being a wonderful human teacher.

He had no intention of doing so.

Before he came to earth, he was known as Michael, the archangel of protection.

On the surface of the planet, he appeared to be a man who had a great life.

Jesus has not returned in physical form; instead, he “returned” in spirit in 1914.

Jesus is considered to be a different deity from the Father (Elohim).

His physical body was formed as a result of a sexual union between Elohim and Mary.

Despite the fact that his death on the cross did not give complete atonement for all sin, it did present everyone with the hope of resurrection.

The virgin birth of Jesus is compared to Adam’s creation.

He was neither crucified nor raised from the dead.

Jesus Christ is a teacher, a guru, or an avatar, depending on who you ask (an incarnation of Vishnu).

Death does not atone for crimes, and he did not rise from the grave to show that he was alive.

He is not a savior, but rather a spiritual model and guru, and he has now been elevated to the status of “ascended master.” He was a New Ager who was able to connect to heavenly power in the same manner that anybody other could do so.

He did not physically resurrect from the dead, but rather “ascended” into a more elevated spiritual world.

There are three distinct gods: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, rather than one God shown in three individuals.

Jesus was not physically resurrected from the death.

There are several routes to God, rather than a single path.

People cannot be saved unless they follow all of the doctrines of the church, despite the fact that Jesus died for their sins.

Jesus is not the sole son of God; he is one among many.

Is it really so vital to know what other people think about Jesus Christ and whether or not they believe in him?

There is a potential that we may get “drawn into” that “religion” or “cult.” We should be cautious about this.

One such example would be the Seventh-Day Adventists, who base their beliefs on the Bible and the teachings of Ellen White, as well as other sources of inspiration.

Turn to John 5:39-47 and read it aloud.

And many additional signs were genuinely performed by Jesus in the presence of his followers that are not recorded in this book, including the following: However, they have been written in order for you to believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and in order for you to have life by his name believing.

Who Is Jesus?

Regardless of who this Jesus is, he is all-consuming.


Who exactly is Jesus? As a result, this is the season in which we commemorate Christ’s birth. There are several customs that we follow in order to remember Christ’s birth. However, the issue remains as to who he is. The answers to that question are as many and diverse as the number of persons present in this space. People are perhaps far more divided than usual since they have two, three, or four points of view. When we take a look at the various perspectives on Jesus, there are a handful that stand out above all others.

  • They were the ones that were in attendance.
  • They walked with Jesus or with those who walked with Jesus, depending on who you ask.
  • “Go and tell people about me and represent me to the rest of the world,” Jesus instructed.
  • One of them apostles is the apostle Paul.
  • It is important to remember that the apostle Paul was a man who lived at the same time and in the same era as Jesus.
  • However, as a result of God’s will, this same individual was converted fully and entirely.
  • He sends a letter to the Christian church in the ancient city of Colossae, which is located in modern-day Turkey, because there are differing viewpoints about who Jesus is in that church and in that city, just as there are now, about who Jesus is—Jesus is this, Jesus is that.
  • This is the essence of who Christ is.

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Who Is This Jesus Christ?

Who Jesus is doesn’t seem to make much of a difference. He lived more than 2,000 years ago, so what does it mean now, anyway? The reality is that knowing who Jesus is may have a profound influence on your character, your belief system, and your way of life, among other things. In addition, it will have an impact on your everlasting fate. We can start by reading about Jesus’ birth in order to have a better understanding of who He is. Seven hundred years before the birth of Christ, the prophet Micah predicted that One would emerge from Bethlehem whose origins would be traced back to the beginning of time.

All of this distinguishes Him as being truly extraordinary.

Consequently, Jesus did not begin at birth, but was pre-existent with the Father in heaven before He was born into the world He Himself had designed and constructed.

The Life of Jesus

After that, think about His life. He was nurtured in Nazareth and apprenticed in the trade of His earthly father when he was a young man. However, when He was only twelve years old, He met with the religious authorities of His day in the temple and studied theology with them. (See Luke 2:46-49 for further information.) It is apparent that at this moment, He was preoccupied with the affairs of His heavenly Father’s house. In John 1:29), the Baptist identified Jesus as “the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world,” and a voice from heaven verified that Jesus was “My beloved Son, in whom I am well-pleased” (Matthew 3:17).

(Matthew 4:17; Luke 4:17) He taught us that if a soldier asks us to go one mile with him, we should walk two miles with him.

And if someone smacks our cheek, we should provide the same courtesy to the other cheek. These were things the people had never heard before, and even more importantly, they had never experienced teaching with this level of power before-it was clear that He was no ordinary teacher.

The Miracles of Jesus

Then there were the marvels to contend with. The blind were able to see, the deaf were able to hear, and the disabled were able to walk because of Jesus’ order. He was able to heal all manner of illnesses and cast forth demons. With only a few loaves of bread and a few pieces of fish, tens of thousands of people were nourished. Walking on water, calming a roaring sea, and even raising the dead were all things he was capable of. He was a miracle worker, to be sure, but that was not the reason He came to earth.

The multitude swarmed around Him, wanting to be touched by Him.

However, this was not the case for everyone.

Despite the fact that He lived a life of utter sinlessness, there were others who attempted to bring Him to an end.

When I come across someone who says anything like this, I immediately think of “”I don’t believe all that you’re saying about Jesus,” I like to respond by asking, “What exactly is it about Him that you don’t believe?” What is it that He has ever said or done that you disagree with or believe you can prove to be incorrect?” Because, as you may have seen, He has never stopped to be God.

Finding out what someone thinks about himself is one of the most effective strategies to have a better understanding of him.

(See also John 5:37) His announcement also stated that He had not come to be served, but rather to serve, and that He had come to sacrifice His life as a ransom for the sins of the world (Matthew 20:28) -He came to serve as a substitute payment on behalf of all of mankind.

As revealed in the book of John, He claimed to be the Good Shepherd who cares for His flock (10:11), the Bread of Life who may avert hunger (6:48), and the True Vine who abides in us as we abide in Him.

Jesus, the Door to Heaven

According to John 10:9, Jesus also identified Himself as the “Door to Heaven,” and in John 14:6, he elaborated on that statement by saying, “I am the way, the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father except through Me.” Those words have prompted many individuals to move away from the speaker, thinking, “What a biased, self-centered remark!” To believe that the only road to Heaven is via the person of Jesus Christ is to be extremely narrow-minded.

  • In spite of that, this man known as Jesus is precisely who He claims to be.
  • He is the source of all nourishment.
  • He is the only way.
  • In this case, if you believe all of the other things Jesus stated, but conclude that He cannot be the sole route to Heaven, you are claiming that He only revealed partial truths or that He told lies.
  • Either Jesus is who He claims to be, or he is not who He claims to be.

Considering what He has stated about Himself, either He is a forgery and a fake, or He is precisely who He claims to be: the eternal Son of the living God, the Savior of the universe, and the One who will one day judge each and every one of us.

The Death of Jesus

It goes without saying that we must examine His death in order to understand who Jesus truly is. From the biblical narratives, it is clear that this was no ordinary death for the apostle Paul. His crucifixion was orchestrated by religious leaders—the same ones who had inflated the requirements of the Mosaic law and then bullied the people into complying with them in minute, tedious detail to begin with. As a result of His popularity with the multitudes, these same men became envious of Jesus, fearing that their position of control would be endangered.

  • They were dedicated and determined to murder this guy Jesus, no matter what the cost.
  • The assassination of Jesus was orchestrated by people who despised Him.
  • Between two thieves, they nailed on the cross the living God, dressed in human flesh, the blameless One who was born of a virgin and began His ministry in the power of God the Holy Spirit.
  • He never fought against the government or attempted to overthrow it.
  • As a result, it appeared as though He had been the victim of a cruel conspiracy and a tragic accident.
  • So, what was He doing dying?
  • When Jesus died on the cross, it was not merely a man dying; it was an epic, eternal drama in which God the Father put onto His Son the sin-debt of all mankind—past, present, and future—as a penalty for their sins.

One more component must be investigated if we are to truly understand who the man Jesus Christ is: we must go past His death and into His life.

Even His disciples were taken aback, despite the fact that He had warned them beforehand.

(See also John 11:25-26.) His resurrection also serves as a confirmation that everything He has ever spoken is correct.

Is it possible to believe that?

Knowing the truth about who Jesus is means that you are faced with a decision: Will you trust the testimony of the Scriptures and accept Him as your Savior or will you reject Him?

The next time you see a manger scene, think about who is laying there—His life, His death, His statements about Himself, and His resurrection—and what you may learn from them about Him.

Would you be interested in learning more about this Jesus?

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Collected Sermons About Jesus Christ

Because each lesson contains Jesus Christ as its major point, this collection of sermons may also be used as a class series because they are all interconnected. In the list below, select any title that appears next to an arrow. Select a title from the list below. Our focus in this class on John 1 will be on what distinguishes Jesus from the rest of the crowd. Who was the baby named Jesus who was born to Mary in Bethlehem?— Who was the baby named Jesus who was born to Mary in Bethlehem? We come up with three possible solutions: He was the Son of God, Christ the Lord, and Jesus Christ our Saviour, to name a few titles.

  • In the midst of us is the presence of God.
  • The Times of Jesus— This timeline depicts the times of Jesus, from eternity to eternity, as far as we know them to have occurred.
  • He began the fourth by resigning from his position as pastor of his church.
  • Parable of a slave who owed his master millions of dollars is told in the parable of the three things Jesus took away.
  • Is Jesus the Son of God?—In this lesson, we consider whether Jesus has a claim to the name of God, whether it is Jehovah or Yahweh.
  • During this session, you will learn about four truths that demonstrate Christ’s divine character.
  • An examination of many testimony about Jesus that have been recorded in the scriptures.

Another examination of many testimonials about Jesus that have been recorded in the Bible is The Credentials of Jesus (2nd Edition).

The Heresy at Colosse— Paul responds to a growing heresy in Colosse by preaching at least seven facts about Jesus, which are recorded in the New Testament.

The term “Jesus Our Saviour” refers to the person who has saved us.

What exactly does he do?

‘Judgements of Jesus’ is a Bible lesson from John’s gospel that discusses the many judgments people have made towards Jesus.

“Seven Utterances on the Cross” is a research that takes a look at seven brief utterances that Jesus spoke during his execution on the cross.

The Resurrection of Jesus: What Happened to His Body of Flesh?— After Jesus resurrected from the dead, what happened to his fleshly body, his human position as “less than angels,” and the throne of David that he inherited?

On a more superficial level, there are things that we believe we want, yet the pursuit of them does not provide us with enduring happiness.

Here are seven gifts from Jesus that you should know about.

But who is the Son of God, and what is his mission?

The following lesson has been translated from the Bislama.

No one else can do these things for you.

There is only one path that leads to paradise.

No one else has the ability to provide us eternal life.

That’s exactly what we’ll be doing in this lesson (John 14:6).

Was it feasible to make it happen?

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This approach is applied to the majority of Paul’s claims regarding Jesus Christ in the New Testament.

This notion is referred to as the “all-sufficiency of Christ” in some circles.

“What Does It All Mean?” you might wonder.

Lessons from many areas on the website have been culled together for your convenience. To get to a certain index, tap the title above the arrow next to the arrow. Printing without permission is prohibited.

20 Trending Jesus Christ Sermon Ideas

Jim Henry contributed to this article. What we think influences who we are and what we do. In the end, what we think about Jesus Christ decides where we will spend eternity and how we will live on this planet we call home (Earth). What are your thoughts about Jesus? You all have various perspectives on Jesus, and I’m sure if I asked everyone of you what you thought about him, I’d receive a variety of responses. And I’m confident that the average person on the street would provide us with even more divergent responses.

He was a decent man who was also a brilliant preacher and prophet, but I don’t believe he is still relevant in today’s world.

He was a revolutionary,” says the author.

The Virgin Birth of Jesus Christ

Dr. Ed Young contributed to this article. This morning, we’ll take a look at some of the spiritual meaning of the holiday season. And on Sunday morning, we’ll go a little deeper into the nostalgic parts of the holiday season. From the gospel of Luke, chapter 1, verses 26 through 28, we have selected our verses from the gospel according to Luke. Let us all get to our knees in prayer. Our almighty Father, please forgive us for not knowing about this adorable little Jesus son before it was too late.

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May we come to know Him more and more as He redeems us.

And may we come to know Him more and more as He turns our lives around.

The Crucifixion of Jesus Christ

Jesse Hendley contributed to this article. Let us turn to a chapter of Scripture that has been instrumental in assisting untold millions of individuals to understand the foundation of their salvation. Luke 23:32-48 is a biblical passage. In addition to Him, there were also two other men who were dragged to their deaths together with Him. And when they arrived to the location, which is known as The Skull, they crucified Him along with the two malefactors, one on the right hand side and the other on the left side of the cross.

And the crowd gathered around to watch.

Why I Believe in Jesus Christ

Ike Reighard contributed to this article. In this section of Scripture, we witness Simon Peter descend from the zenith of hearing God’s voice to the depths of listening to the voice of Satan in a matter of moments. At Caesarea Philippi (where there was a god pan and a statue of him), Jesus wanted to know who the people thought He was. Once Simon had received the correct response, he lapsed into carnality and attempted to prevent Jesus from carrying out God’s work for a few minutes. From magnificent to evil in an instant.

Do you ever have the feeling that you’re Simon Peter?

After then, Jesus explained what it means to be a sincere disciple. Follow Him until the end of the earth. Make a pact with yourself. Take up His cause (the cross) and follow Him wherever He leads you. Today, I’d want to share with you why I believe what I think.

Comprehending Jesus Christ: His Nature (1 of 3)

Ed Rowell contributed to this article. I’m not sure how you go about getting to know someone. Inquire about things. Spend quality time with your partner. Consult with those who have known them for a long time. Over the following three weeks, I hope to assist all of us in getting a deeper understanding of Jesus Christ. Christology is a theology subject that I will be teaching this semester. However, I will be concentrating on what I refer to as “relational theology.” I don’t want to be satisfied with simply knowing about Him.

In a new BBC program (“Looking for the Historical Jesus,” BBC News Online, (3-26-01 column), Jeremy Bowen, the presenter of a new British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) documentary on the historical Jesus, stated:

An Introduction to Jesus – Jesus as the King

Ronnie Floyd contributed to this article. I had one of the most amazing events of my life approximately ten days ago, and it was one of the most memorable of my life. At the Southern Baptist Convention’s annual meeting, I had the opportunity to see and hear our President, George Bush, address our Convention. He entered to the sound of instantly stopping the music in the middle of the song, followed by quiet until one of the delegates addressed the audience with authority. “Ladies and gentlemen, the president of the United States,” the legate stated.

I was about 30 yards away from the world’s most powerful leader, and there was applauding, hooping, and screaming.

We were in the presence of our country’s President.


The Voice of Jesus

Written by Rex Yancey The voice is considered to be a good indicator of a person’s personality. It is the throbbing, living mirror of the speaker’s soul-life, reflecting it back to him or her. Clint Eastwood and Sam Elliot are two actors who I enjoy seeing since they don’t say much. “Go ahead and brighten my day!” You already know these guys are tough without them providing you with a remark on how tough they really are. When one is deaf, one is deprived of the pleasure of hearing the human voice, which is one of the tragedies of the condition.

I had a small wren that lived in my business and raised its young.

Is Jesus God?

Adrian Rogers contributed to this article. You should open your Bibles tonight and turn to Matthew chapter twenty-two, if you haven’t already. In a split second, I’ll jump to verse forty one and start reading. IS JESUS GOD, as the title of our sermon tonight suggests. Is Jesus the Son of God? Matthew chapter twenty-two, verse forty-one is a good example. While the Pharisees were gathered together, Jesus approached them and inquired, “What do you think of Christ?” What do you think of Christ, by the way?

Whose son is he, exactly? His name is referred to as “the son of David.” And how can David in spirit address him as “Lord,” declaring that “the Lord commanded to my Lord, sit?” he inquires of them.

Follow Jesus

Written by Jonathan McLeod ARE YOU ONE OF MY FOLLOWERS? Do you consider yourself to be a follower of Jesus Christ? You may argue something like, “What about those twelve individuals who followed Jesus? Weren’t they the disciples? I’m not a disciple; I’m a follower of Christ.” Perhaps you aren’t aware that the term “Christian” appears just three times in the Bible, according to your knowledge. And it was at Antioch that the disciples were first referred to be Christians (Acts 11:26b). “Would you be able to persuade me to become a Christian in a short period of time?” Agrippa asked Paul (Acts 26:28).

As a result of these three passages, it appears that the term “Christian” was coined.

What Jesus Said about Prayer

Frank Pollard contributed to this article. I’m hoping you’ve got your Bible with you. Via God’s Word, we’re going to learn how to communicate with Him through prayer, and we’re going to allow God speak to us. As a result, turn to the eleventh chapter of Luke in your Bible. Keep the door open for a bit, and we’ll look at some of the things Jesus said about prayer. The first verse explains how the subject of prayer came to be discussed: “One day, Jesus was praying in a certain location.” When He was finished, one of His disciples approached Him and said, “Lord, teach us to pray in the same way that John taught his disciples.” They were awestruck by how much and how well Jesus interceded.

They had been practicing their Jewish beliefs.

The Royal Priesthood of Jesus Christ (20 of 48)

Patrick Edwards contributed to this article. Although the book of Hebrews is classified as a “epistle,” it is more accurately described as a sermon in which the unknown author exhorts Jewish Christians to grow in their faith and maturity in Christ. As we can see throughout the New Testament, the early converts to Christianity grappled with how to make sense of Jesus and God’s worship in light of the law of Moses, and this conflict was reflected in their writings. Because Jesus stated that He did not come to destroy the law, but rather to keep and fulfill it, we cannot simply dismiss all the Old Testament teaches.

Who Is Jesus Christ?

Adrian Rogers contributed to this article. What exactly is the identity of Jesus Christ? And if there was ever a day when I preached a sermon that was timely, today is one of them. I couldn’t give a better sermon on a more important subject. As a result, I’m going to turn to the book of Hebrews and turn to chapter one, which is quite towards the conclusion of the New Testament, and I’m going to begin reading at verse one and continue all the way through verse eight. Throughout the course of the reading, we will be attempting to answer the question: Who is Jesus Christ?

Response the question correctly and live your life in accordance with your answer, and everything will be OK. If you get this question wrong, everything else will be wrong as well. Consider what God’s Word says: “God, as he spoke via the prophets to the ancestors, has done in these latter days.”

The Revelation of Jesus Christ

Submitted by Eddie Snipes The opening sentence of the first verse of the book of Revelation establishes the fundamental idea of the book: “It is written in the book of Revelation.” Revelation 1:1 is a passage from the Bible that explains the meaning of the word “resurrection.” The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God granted Him to teach His followers – things that must take place in the near future – is a time capsule.

And He sent and conveyed it to His servant John via the medium of an angel.

Despite the fact that Jesus was in the form of God, the book of Philippians reminds us that He humbled Himself, took on the position of a bondservant, and appeared in the likeness of men.

Who is Jesus?

Written by Jason Dees I’d want for you to accompany me somewhere. 3500 years ago today, we traveled to a place called Goshen, and I want you to imagine with me that you are a Hebrew man or a Hebrew woman who has returned home to find that all of your family members are present and that something special about this moment has occurred; there is a sense of urgency, but there is also a sense of calm in the house. And because there is a fire in the house, you feel warm and secure within. The fragrance of a roast cooking on the fire entices you, and it isn’t just any roast or barbecue; it is the nicest piece of meat your family has ever had; it was the spotless lamb, fattened and flawless, and

Jesus’ Mission

Robert Dawson contributed to this article. In addition to the 1946 classic It’s a Wonderful Life, which starred Jimmy Stewart, one of the Christmas classics that can be found on most television sets throughout the holiday season is The Polar Express. In the film, Jimmy Stewart is given the rare opportunity to witness what life might have been like had he not been born. The most important element to remember is that everyone’s life has an influence on everyone else’s. If that individual had never been born, there would have been enormous gaps in the world as a result of their absence.

What type of chasms would that leave in the ground?

Some people have done so.

Jesus is Enough

Robert Dawson contributed to this report. The 1946 film It’s a Wonderful Life, starring Jimmy Stewart, is one of the Christmas classics that can be found on most television sets throughout the holiday season. In the film, Jimmy Stewart is given the rare opportunity to witness what life might have been like if he had not been born. One of the most important points to remember is that everyone’s life has an influence on everyone else’s. If that individual had never been born, there would have been huge voids left in the world as a result of their lack of arrival.

If Jesus had not been born, how would the world have looked this month as we commemorate the birth of Jesus? Was that going to leave any huge chasms in the ground? I’m not sure what type of effect that would have. Someone, somewhere, has done so.

I Believe That Jesus Christ Is Lord (3 of 4)

Brad Whitt contributed to this article. I’d like you to get your Bibles out right away this morning and start looking for your spot in Philippians chapter 2 if you would. Our visitors this morning, as well as those of you who have been away for a few of weeks, are participating in a series of studies on the principles of our religion that we have labeled, “I Believe.” We hope you will join us in these studies. Moreover, what we’re doing in this study is just going through the Bible and figuring out what we think about God, what we believe about the church, what we believe about our position in society, and what we believe about the end of time.

Let Jesus Be the Prince of Peace

David Cawston contributed to this article. Despite the violence, confusion, and devastation that characterizes today’s world, I want to remind you that Jesus is still the Prince of Peace! He is here today to bring calm to your life in the midst of the stress, disappointments, and turmoil that has engulfed your heart, your house, and your whole existence! Today, allow me to offer the reality of peace to you from the Prince of Peace’s residence. 1. Allow Jesus to bring peace into your situation.

When Jesus made these promises, he was at peace with himself before the crucifixion!

And the calm I provide is a gift that no one else can provide.

He was well aware of who would refuse him.

The Real Jesus (1 of 14)

Written by Jim Perdue Agents of the Secret Service, Department of Treasury detectives, and bank tellers are all educated in the identification of counterfeit currency. There are several counterfeit $10 and $20 notes in circulation, with the $20 bill being the most frequent. Because it is so frequent, these individuals have received extensive training in determining the difference between what is true and what is not. Furthermore, the way they employ to discern between the two is rather intriguing as well.

Instead of researching all of the counterfeits, learn about the genuine article so that when a counterfeit appears, you can identify it immediately.

Jesus and His Passion (3 of 13)

Written by Donald Cantrell A heavy, square wrought-iron nail was driven through Jesus’ wrists and into His feet, nailing Him to the cross for all eternity. He sat there for several hours without moving. When His body sagged, excruciating, flaming pain would shoot up his fingers and up his arms, exploding in his brain because the nails in his wrists were putting pressure on the median nerves, which ran through his body. In an effort to avoid this stretching agony, he pushed himself upward, putting all of his weight on the nail that ran through his feet.

He felt the excruciating agony of the nail tearing through the nerves between the bones of his feet for the second time that day. Cramping sweeps through the muscles as the arms become fatigued, knotting them deep within the body.

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