What Does Jesus Say

Jesus Quotes

Jesus Quotes – The Most Inspirational Biblical Sayings from Christ The words of Jesus Christ have the power to change lives and are timeless. When Jesus spoke, people were revolutionized, and the course of human history was altered for all time. He informs us that He is “the way, the truth, and the life” (John 14:6), and the words He speaks carry incredible weight and authority. Whether you are just beginning your search for Jesus or have been a Christian for years, the Word of God has the ability to speak new truths into your life at any time!

5 Famous Quotes of Jesus

  1. “I am the way, the truth, and the life,” Jesus declared in response. No one else can bring anybody else to the Father except through me. But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all of these things will be given to you as well, according to the New International Version of the Bible. In the same way, let your light shine before others so that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven. Matthew 6:33 NIV
  2. Let your light shine before others so that they may see your good actions and honor your Father in heaven. “Ask, and it will be given to you
  3. Seek, and you will find
  4. Knock, and the door will be opened to you,” says Jesus in Matthew 5:16 NIV. Each and every one who begs receives
  5. The one who seeks finds
  6. And the one who knocks will have the door opened for him or her. ” ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind,’ Jesus said in Matthew 7:7-8 (New International Version). This is the very first and most important commandment. “Love your neighbor as you love yourself,” says the second commandment. “These two commandments are the foundation of all of the Law and the Prophets.” Matthew 22:37-40 (New International Version)

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What Jesus said

If we would take the basics of the Christian faith seriously, then we must begin with what Jesus actually said. What Jesus Said and the WordIntroductionOne of the sad realities of the Christian faith today is that few Christians have taken the time to know their Bibles and really listen to what the Word of God says. Not only this, but few have taken the time to really listen to what Jesus actually said. The result is that many who profess Christ are led away by what is actually a corruption of the gospel.This result is a soul-destroying lack of knowledge, a spiritual fog and confusion of mind that pervades that which calls itself Christian. There is even much that passes for Christian today which stands in opposition to Jesus’ own words. Doctrines are called “evangelical,” a term which refers to the gospel, which are neither genuinely evangelical or the gospel. The Word of God warns against false gospels and false christs. Jesus, Himself, does so (Matt. 24:4, 5,23, 24). The Scriptures are the only standard by which the spirits may be tried, and they are to be searched.To this problem is added the fact that we are confronted by a multiplying of corrupt paraphrases, (putting things in man’s word, sometimes called dynamic equivalence) which falsely pass as Bible versions and translations. Jesus said, “That till heaven and earth pass, one jot or tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled,” Matt. 5:18. While Jesus is speaking of the law, in the context the law embraces in this text the entire Old Testament. His point is, to use an English parallel, that not one dotted letter “i” and one crossed letter “t” shall pass until all be fulfilled. He clearly teaches by this the absolute principle of verbal, word for word inspiration of Holy Scripture. Paraphrases, which are man’s word, are not Scripture, they are not translations. They are based on a corrupt doctrine of Scripture and its inspiration. They are contrary to the doctrine of Jesus Christ.In harmony with this truth, all quotations are taken from the what is called the King James version (KJV) or the Authorized Version (AV). This is not a matter of traditionalism, custom or love of old form. This version is still the most reliable, verbally accurate version of the Bible in the English language, whatever superficial difficulties it might present to a present day reader. What Jesus said about.The words of Jesus touch on every aspect of the gospel, the way of salvation, the church and the life of a Christian. It would be impossible to exhaust this subject.Yet there is much that Jesus said and taught that is ignored or set aside today. For one who professes Christ this is a serious matter of sin.The material which follows is intended to address this matter and to call those who have wandered out of the way of the truth to turn again to the Lord.Each article may be read by itself or in sequence one after another, though with some deliberate repetition. The articles may be grouped somewhat according to subject as they are below. An index is also given. The articles are intended to make one think and search the Scriptures.The articles are somewhat grouped by subject:
  • Introduction: 1, 2
  • The method of redemption and God’s sovereign grace 3-16
  • The church and the kingdom 17-23
  • Worship 24–26
  • Conclusion: 1, 2. Principles of godliness, with specific emphasis on marriage (verses 27-32)

What Does the Bible Say About Jesus Said?

Then Jesus told him to go, saying, “Be gone, Satan! Because it says in the Bible, “‘You shall worship the Lord your God, and him alone shall you serve.’ ”

John 4:24ESV / 12 helpful votes

God exists in the realm of spirit, and those who worship him must do so in spirit and in truth.”

John 3:16ESV / 11 helpful votes

The Bible says, “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whomever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.”

1 Timothy 2:5ESV / 8 helpful votes

Because there is only one God, and there is only one mediator between God and humanity, the man Christ Jesus, there is no need for any other.

Ephesians 5:25ESV / 7 helpful votes

Husbands, love your wives as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her; otherwise, your women will not love you.

Romans 10:9ESV / 7 helpful votes

Because if you believe in your heart that God resurrected Jesus from the dead and confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord, you will be saved.

Romans 6:23ESV / 7 helpful votes

Because the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life through faith in Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior.

Revelation 21:1-27ESV / 6 helpful votes

It was then that I saw a new heaven and a new earth, because the former heaven and the first earth had both passed away, and the sea had also disappeared. And I saw the holy city, new Jerusalem, descending down from God’s throne as if it were a bride being dressed for her groom. It was a sight to behold. A loud voice came from the throne, saying, “Behold, the dwelling place of God has come among men.” He will live among them, and they will be his people, and God himself will be among them as their God, according to the Bible.

Acts 16:1-40ESV / 6 helpful votes

Paul traveled to Derbe and Lystra as well as other places. In attendance was a disciple by the name of Timothy, who was the son of a Jewish lady who was a believer, but his father was a non-believer. The brothers at Lystra and Iconium had nothing but good things to say about him. Paul desired Timothy to follow him, and he took him and circumcised him since the Jews who were in those locations were aware that Timothy’s father was a Greek, and he did it out of respect for them. As they passed through the cities on their journey to Jerusalem, they handed over to the local authorities the decisions taken by the apostles and elders in Jerusalem and asked them to observe them.

As a result, the churches were reinforced in their faith, and their membership expanded on a daily basis.

John 17:3ESV / 6 helpful votes

And this is everlasting life: that people come to know you as the one and only true God, as well as Jesus Christ, whom you have sent as their Savior.

John 10:30ESV / 6 helpful votes

‘I and the Father are one,’ I declare.”

Matthew 19:9ESV / 6 helpful votes

That’s right: anyone who divorces his wife, save in cases of sexual immorality, and marries another is guilty of adultery.”

Revelation 21:8ESV / 5 helpful votes

Murderers, sexually immoral people, sorcerers, idolaters, and all liars, on the other hand, will have their lot in the lake of fire and sulfur, which is known as the second death.

Hebrews 9:14ESV / 5 helpful votes

Even more, the blood of Christ, who through the eternal Spirit sacrificed himself without blemish to God, will cleanse our conscience from dead deeds, enabling us to serve the living God in righteousness.

Hebrews 9:12ESV / 5 helpful votes

He entered the holy regions once and for all, not by the blood of goats and calves, but through the blood of his own body, therefore insuring an eternal redemption for those who believe.

Galatians 3:28ESV / 5 helpful votes

For in Christ Jesus, there is no longer a distinction between Jew and Greek, no longer a distinction between slave and free, and no distinction between male and female.

Romans 8:1ESV / 5 helpful votes

Therefore, people who believe in Jesus Christ are no longer under any condemnation whatsoever.

John 14:15ESV / 5 helpful votes

“If you truly love me, you will obey my commands.”

Ecclesiastes 12:13ESV / 5 helpful votes

Everything has been heard, and the subject is closed. God’s fear and obedience to his commands are the entirety of man’s responsibility.

Proverbs 31:6-7ESV / 5 helpful votes

Toss a strong drink into the hands of the dying, and a glass of wine into the hands of the bereaved; let them to drink and forget their poverty, and to forget their agony altogether.

Revelation 13:1-18ESV / 4 helpful votes

It seemed like something out of the sea, and I saw it coming up out of the water. It had 10 horns and 7 heads, and it had 10 diadems on its horns and names of blasphemy on its heads. And the beast that I saw had the appearance of a leopard; its paws were similar to those of a bear, and its mouth was similar to that of a lion. As a result, the dragon bestowed his power, his throne, and immense authority onto it. A terrible wound appeared to have been inflicted on one of its heads, yet the lethal wound had been healed, and the entire earth gasped as they followed the beast.

James 1:13ESV / 4 helpful votes

When someone is tempted, he should not claim that he is being tempted by God, because God cannot be enticed with evil, and he himself does not tempt anybody.

Ephesians 2:8-9ESV / 4 helpful votes

Because you have been rescued by grace through your faith, And this is not your own doing; it is a gift from God, not a product of your efforts, so that no one may take credit for what you have accomplished.

John 16:3ESV / 4 helpful votes

And they will act in this manner because they are unfamiliar with the Father and with me.

John 5:24ESV / 4 helpful votes

To the best of my knowledge, I tell to you, whomever hears my message and trusts in him who sent me will enter into eternal life.

He does not pass judgment, but rather has transitioned from death to new life.

Hebrews 10:26ESV / 3 helpful votes

Because if we continue to sin on purpose after obtaining knowledge of the truth, there will no longer be a sacrifice for sins offered by the Lord.

1 Timothy 1:10ESV / 3 helpful votes

Males who are sexually immoral, men who practice homosexuality, enslavers, liars, perjurers, and anybody else who acts in a manner that is counter to good theology are all condemned.

Romans 13:2ESV / 3 helpful votes

Whoever challenges the authority is challenging what God has assigned, and those who challenge will face the consequences of their actions.

Romans 3:23ESV / 3 helpful votes

Whoever challenges the authority is challenging what God has appointed, and those who do so will face the consequences of their actions.

John 3:3ESV / 3 helpful votes

When he asked Jesus about it, he received the following response: “Truly, truly, I say to you, until one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.”

John 1:1ESV / 3 helpful votes

Beginning with the creation of the Word, and with God from the beginning of time, the Word became God.

Matthew 5:27-28ESV / 3 helpful votes

It has been brought to your attention that it was said, ‘You shall not commit adultery.’ Nevertheless, I assert to you that anyone who gazes at another woman with a lustful intent has already committed adultery with her in his heart.

Zechariah 11:17ESV / 3 helpful votes

The wrath of God is against my worthless shepherd, who has abandoned the flock! May the sword pierce his arm and strike out at his right eye! Allow his right arm to be completely paralyzed and his right eye to be completely blinded!”

Ezekiel 48:1-35ESV / 3 helpful votes

These are the tribes’ names in alphabetical order: Beginning at the northernmost extremity, alongside the road from Hethlon to Lebo-hamath, and continuing as far as Hazar-enan (which is on the northern boundary of Damascus against Hamath), and stretching from the east side to the west, Dan, is one component of the territory of Syria. One piece of Asher’s land borders Dan’s area on the east and west sides, from the east to the west. One piece of Naphtali borders the region of Asher on the east and west sides, from the east to the west.

From the east side to the west side of the land of Manasseh, Ephraim has a section that borders on it.

Genesis 1:26ESV / 3 helpful votes

When God saw Adam and Eve, he said, “Let us create man in our image, after our likeness.” “And give them authority over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the skies, over the cattle, over the entire land, and over every crawling thing that crawls on the ground,” God says.

Revelation 14:12ESV / 2 helpful votes

This is a call to the saints to persevere in their trust in Jesus and to fulfill the commandments of the Lord as they go through life.

1 Peter 3:18ESV / 2 helpful votes

For Christ also suffered once for sins, the righteous for the unrighteous, in order to reconcile us to God. He was put to death in the body but raised to life in the spirit, and he was raised to life in the spirit.

1 Thessalonians 4:16-18ESV / 2 helpful votes

Because the Lord himself will descend from heaven with a commanding cry, the voice of an archangel, and the sound of God’s trumpet, all at the same time. And the first to rise will be those who have died in Christ.

Once they have been carried up in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air, we who are still living and who are left will be caught up with them, and we will be with the Lord for the rest of our lives. As a result, these remarks should be used to encourage one another.

Ephesians 2:8ESV / 2 helpful votes

Because you have been rescued by grace through your faith, You have received this as a gift from God; it is not your own doing.

Ephesians 1:7ESV / 2 helpful votes

The forgiveness of our transgressions and the redemption through his blood are available to us in him, according to the riches of his grace.

2 Corinthians 5:21ESV / 2 helpful votes

So that we could become the righteousness of God in him, he turned him into sin who had no knowledge of sin for our own benefit.

2 Corinthians 5:17ESV / 2 helpful votes

As a result, anybody who believes in Christ is a brand new creature. The old has passed away, and the new has come to take its place.

1 Corinthians 1:17ESV / 2 helpful votes

In fact, Christ did not send me to baptize but rather to proclaim the gospel, and not with words of eloquent wisdom, lest the cross of Christ be robbed of its power and meaning.

Romans 14:1-23ESV / 2 helpful votes

When it comes to the one who is weak in faith, it is appropriate to greet him but not to engage in a debate about his beliefs. One guy feels he can eat whatever he wants, whilst the other believes he can only eat veggies. The one who consumes food should not be despised by the one who abstains, and the one who abstains should not cast judgment on the one who consumes food, for God has welcomed him. After all, who are you to pronounce judgment on a servant of someone else? It is in the presence of his own master that he will either succeed or fail.

One individual considers one day to be superior than another, whilst another considers all days to be equal.

Romans 10:13ESV / 2 helpful votes

According to the Bible, “everyone who calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved.”

Romans 6:1-23ESV / 2 helpful votes

So, what are we going to say? Is it OK for us to persist in sin so that grace may abound? In no way, shape, or form! How can we, who have died to sin, continue to exist in it? What if I told you that every one of us who has been baptized into Christ Jesus has also been baptized into his death? In order for us to share in Christ’s resurrection from the dead, we were buried with him in baptism into death, so that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, we too may walk in newness of life.

Acts 4:32ESV / 2 helpful votes

Now, the entire group of believers was united in heart and spirit, and no one claimed any of the things that belonged to him as his own; rather, they all shared everything in common, including their beliefs.

Acts 2:38ESV / 2 helpful votes

“Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins, and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit,” Peter instructed them.

Acts 2:21ESV / 2 helpful votes

‘And it shall come to pass that everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved,’ says the prophet.

John 8:58ESV / 2 helpful votes

“Truly, truly, I say to you, before Abraham was, I am.” Jesus continued to speak to them.

John 6:40ESV / 2 helpful votes

Because it is the will of my Father that everyone who looks upon the Son and believes in him should have everlasting life, and I will raise him up on the final day,” Jesus explained.

John 6:39ESV / 2 helpful votes

The will of him who sent me is that I should lose nothing of what he has given me, but that I should raise it all up on the final day, and this is his desire as well.

John 1:18ESV / 2 helpful votes

No one has ever seen God; the only God, who is at the Father’s side, has made himself known to us via his Son, Jesus Christ.

Luke 13:3ESV / 2 helpful votes

No, I assure you; nonetheless, unless you repent, you will all perish along with me.

Mark 12:18ESV / 2 helpful votes

Sadducees, on the other hand, came to him, claiming that there is no resurrection. And they posed a query to him, stating that,

Matthew 8:29ESV / 2 helpful votes

What happened next shocked everyone. They screamed out, “O Son of God, what have you to do with us?” “Have you come here to punish us before the time?” says one of the characters.

Matthew 7:13-14ESV / 2 helpful votes

“Come in through the tiny gate. Because the gate is broad and the road to ruin is straightforward, and the number of those who enter through it is large. Because the entrance to life is little and the road to it is difficult, and those who discover it are few in number.

Matthew 5:28ESV / 2 helpful votes

Nevertheless, I assert to you that everyone who gazes at another woman with a lustful mind has already committed adultery with her in his heart.

Matthew 4:9ESV / 2 helpful votes

“All of them I will give you if you will fall down and worship me,” he offered to the man.

Matthew 4:1ESV / 2 helpful votes

Then the Spirit took Jesus into the desert, where he was tempted by the devil for forty days and forty nights.

Zechariah 14:1-21ESV / 2 helpful votes

As you can see, the Lord’s day is drawing near, and the spoils seized from you will be shared amongst yourself. In fact, I will unite all of the nations against Jerusalem to fight, and the city will be captured, the houses robbed, and the women raped as a result of the conflict. The residents of half of the city will be expelled, but the remainder of the population will not be shut off from the rest of the city. The Lord will then go out and fight against those countries in the same manner as he would on a day of war.

As a result, you must run to the valley of my mountains, for the valley of my mountains will eventually reach Azal.

In the end, the Lordmy God will appear, accompanied by all the holy ones.

Psalm 150:1-6ESV / 2 helpful votes

Praise be to the Lord! Praises to God in his holy temple, praises to God in his majestic sky! Celebrate his enormous exploits, and exalt him in accordance with his outstanding magnificence! Praise him with the sound of the trumpet; praise him with the lute and the harp! Make a joyful noise for him with a tambourine and a dance, or with strings and a pipe! Praise him with cymbals that ring forth; praise him with cymbals that smash together loudly! .

1 Chronicles 17:1-27ESV / 2 helpful votes

At that point in time, David was living in his house and he addressed Nathan the prophet as follows: “Behold, I live in a house of cedar, but the ark of the covenant of the Lord is under a tent.” “Do whatever that is in your heart,” Nathan advised David, noting that God was with him. “Go and tell my servant David, ‘Thus says the Lord: It is not you who will construct a dwelling for me to live in,'” the word of the Lord came to Nathan that same night.

As a result, from the day I raised Israel up to this day, I have not resided in a house, but have instead moved around from tent to tent, and from housing to dwelling.

Deuteronomy 6:4ESV / 2 helpful votes

“Hear, O Israel: TheLordour God, theLordis one, theLordis one.”

Exodus 20:14ESV / 2 helpful votes

“You are not permitted to commit adultery.

Genesis 6:1-22ESV / 2 helpful votes

Whenever man began to proliferate and girls were born into their families, the sons of God saw that the female descendants of man were gorgeous. And they were free to choose whom they wanted to be their spouses. As a result of this, the Lord stated, “My Spirit will not dwell in man forever, for he is flesh; his days will be 120 years.” The Nephilim were present on the planet at those times, as well as subsequently, when the sons of God entered into relationships with human women and produced offspring to them via those relationships.

According to the Lord, the wickedness of man was extensive on the world, and that every intention of his heart was solely evil on a continuous basis.

Genesis 2:24ESV / 2 helpful votes

A man must thus abandon his father and mother in order to be faithful to his wife, and the two of them shall become one flesh.

Genesis 1:1-31ESV / 2 helpful votes

The heavens and the earth were created by God in the beginning of time. The earth was devoid of shape and empty, and darkness hung over the surface of the ocean’s depths. And the presence of the Holy Spirit was hanging over the surface of the waves. As soon as God declared, “Let there be light,” there was illumination. And God saw that the light was pleasing. And God divided the light from the darkness in the beginning. God called the light Day, and the darkness Night, and he created them both.

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What Did Jesus Say About His Own Words?

Jesus said that his words came directly from the mouth of the Almighty. He repeated himself over and over. “It is not I who am teaching, but he who has sent me.” “.the one who sent me is true, and I tell to the world what I have heard from him,” (John 7:16) says Jesus. (See also John 8:26) I do not utter the words that I say to you on my own initiative; rather, the Father who dwells in me works through me.” (See also John 14:10) “.the message you are hearing is not mine, but it comes from the Father who sent me,” Jesus said.

As a result, when I talk, I speak exactly as the Father has instructed me.” (See also John 12:49-50.) And they received the words that you gave me, since I communicated them to them (Jesus’ followers).” They were confident that I was sent by you, and they thought that you were the one who sent me.” (See also John 17:8) Jesus declared that his teachings are full of energy and life.

(See also John 6:63) … and that his remarks will be remembered for a long time.

What did Jesus have to say about following God’s commands? What did Jesus have to say about what it means to be a Christian? “Follow Me,” says the narrator. Following Jesus, according to him, is simple and straightforward. “You only have one instructor, and that is the Christ.”

Reader Interactions

In this day and age, there are some who might try to put words in Jesus’ mouth, take passages of scripture out of context or otherwise say something contrary to what God shared in his Holy Word. The four gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John tell the gospel story of Christ. Matthew, Mark and Luke are known as thesynoptic gospels— sharing many of the same accounts of Christ, often in the same order and with the same wording. However, John offers a slightly different perspective on the gospel of Christ.

It’s also in John’s account that we get eight “I am” metaphors used by Jesus to tell us exactly who he is, and why his life is so important for the eternal destiny of our own.

John’s Unique Account

The gospel of Matthew opens with a genealogy that leads to Jesus. When Mark begins, John the Baptist is paving the way for Jesus to arrive. The book of Luke starts with a prophecy about the birth of John the Baptist. John, on the other hand, begins beyond the world with an eye on the eternal. “In the beginning, the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” “In the beginning, the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” (NIV) (John 1:1) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) (NIV) ( “The Word took on flesh and established his home among us,” says the Bible.

In his co-authored book, Seeing Jesus from the East, co-author Ravi Zacharias points out that the gospel of John refers to Jesus in the first person singular 118 times, which is more than the combined total of the first three gospel narratives.

I am the bread of life.

“I am the bread of life,” Jesus declares in John 6:35 (New International Version). No one will ever go hungry or thirsty if they come to me, and no one will ever be thirsty if they trust in me.” He says this shortly after performing his miracle of feeding the 5,000 people. In chapter 6, Jesus instructs his followers to “not work for food that spoils, but for food that endures to eternal life” (John 6:27 NIV), and he later declares that “the bread of God is the bread that comes down from heaven and gives life to the earth” (John 6:35 NIV) (John 6:33 NIV).

Because of our faith in him, we are able to experience everlasting life, where we will never again experience hunger or thirst.

I am the light of the world.

“I am the light of the world,” Jesus declares in John 8:12 (New International Version). Following me will never be in the dark, but will always have the light of life in their hearts. When used to diverse circumstances, light may take on a variety of distinct meanings. We require light in order to see our way. Darkness is illuminated by light. Light has the ability to reveal hidden darkness inside us. Light also offers warmth for the development of plants. As the Word made flesh, Jesus, in his role as the author of light, takes on all of these meanings of light as the Word made flesh.

His Word sheds light on the reality of things.

I am the gate for the sheep.

“I am the gate for the sheep,” Jesus tells the Pharisees in John 10:7 (New International Version). As previously stated in the passages preceding this one, Jesus labels anybody who enters the sheep pen from a point other than the gate as a thief and a robber. As the gate, he defends the sheep and also serves as the only entrance and exit point to the corral. This concept is repeated in numerous “I am” statements that Jesus makes throughout the Bible.

I am the good shepherd.

“I am the good shepherd,” Jesus declares just a few sentences later in John 10:11 (New International Version). “The good shepherd gives his life for the sake of his sheep.” In stating this to the Pharisees, Jesus is fulfilling the prophesy of Ezekiel 34:12, which states that the Messiah will come (NIV). The shepherd cares after his dispersed flock while he is among them, and I will look after my sheep in the same manner. “I will bring them back from all the areas where they have been spread on this cloudy and dismal day,” I promise.

As our Savior, Jesus saves us from death and sets us free from the bonds of our sin.

I am the resurrection and the life.

“I am the resurrection and the life,” Jesus declares in John 11:25 (New International Version). It is possible for someone who believes in me to survive even if they die.” Jesus is informing us that he is the source of resurrection and life by stating this. According to theologian John Pipers, “All of God’s sovereignty is communicated through Christ, and it is predicated on his power over death demonstrated in his resurrection.” There is no resurrection if Christ is not present. There is no such thing as a death that can be defeated.

It is only because of his victory over death that we have the promise of eternal life if we place our faith in him.

I am the way and the truth and the life.

“I am the way, the truth, and the life,” Jesus declares in John 14:6 (New International Version). “There is no other way to the Father but through me.” Following Jesus’ announcement to his followers that he is going to make a place for them in his Father’s home, his disciples inquire as to how they would know the path to where he is going. And in answer to this, Jesus declares himself to be the path that leads to the Father. Philip, one of Jesus’ disciples, then requests to see the Father. As a response, Jesus says, “Anyone who has seen me has also seen the Father.

” (John 14:9b NIV). Jesus is informing his disciples and followers that he is the only route to God and that he himself is God. He is preparing a place for us in forever, and he will return to take us to where he now resides.

I am the true vine.

“I am the genuine vine, and my Father is the gardener,” Jesus declares in John 15:1 (New International Version). As Jesus prepared his followers for his ascension to heaven, he made an allusion to the idea that he would support them in the same way as a grapevine sustains the branches of its vine. In John 15:5, he went on to make this point even more emphatic (NIV). “I am the vine, and you are the branches,” says the speaker. It is only through my presence in your life, and your presence in mine, that you will grow great fruit; absent from me, you can do nothing.” Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is constantly with us, and he works through us to bring about fruit for his Kingdom.

However, if we are in Christ and are receiving nourishment from him, how can we fail to produce fruit that will bring glory to him?

Before Abraham was born, I am.

Finally, in John 8:58 (NIV), Jesus declares, “I am who I am before Abraham was born!” According to co-author Ravi Zacharias in his book Seeing Jesus from the East, this was the accusation that “inspired Jesus’ opponents to kill him.” “By asserting that he did not “come into existence,” Jesus was asserting that it is impossible for him to be anything other than himself. His arrival did not represent a reincarnation; rather, it represented the incarnation.” Jesus is stating, in the same way that John begins his narrative, that he was there from the beginning and has been there ever since.

How Do We Respond to Who Jesus Is?

In his co-authored book, Seeing Jesus from the East, Abdul Murray argues how the disciples in the book of Acts have been transformed as a result of their knowledge of who Jesus is. The disciples have taken refuge in closed chambers following Jesus’ death on the cross and burial in the tomb. However, upon Jesus’ resurrection, they are ecstatic “with the prospect of being regarded worthy of suffering disgrace for His name” (Acts 5:41 NASB). They can’t stop themselves from telling people about Christ and what he has done for them, no matter what the repercussions are.

  1. Your path does not come to an end with your faith in Christ.
  2. “Many of us question if we would have the strength to truly bear pain for the cause of Christ,” Murray continues.
  3. In the meanwhile, we may take comfort in the knowledge that things weren’t that remarkable.
  4. More information on the event may be found here.

Did Jesus Ever Say He was God?

According to EveryStudent.com Others were persuaded that Jesus was the Son of God: “Christ is the visible image of the unseen God,” says the apostle Paul. 1 “He was there from the beginning with God,” says John.

“You must submit to Christ as the Lord of your life,” says 2 Peter. 3 However, what did Jesus have to say about himself? Is it true that he ever claimed to be God? In accordance with the Bible. absolutely! Some of the remarks he made are included here.

Is Jesus God? See These Statements

Jesus claimed to have existed prior to Abraham. The anticipation of my arrival filled your father Abraham with joy. He was relieved when he noticed it.” “You aren’t even fifty years old,” the onlookers pointed out. “How do you know you’ve seen Abraham?” I inquire. “I tell you the truth, before Abraham was even born, I Am!” Jesus said in response. 4 Jesus declared that to see Him is the same as to see God. “If you put your confidence in me, you are putting your trust in not just me, but also in God who sent me,” Jesus said to the throng.

In order for those who put their confidence in me to no longer be in the dark, I have come to shine a light in this dark world.” “I have come as a light to shine in this dark world so that those who put their trust in me will no longer be in the dark.” 5 “Without my intercession, no one can approach to the Father.” It is likely that you would have recognized who my Father is if you had known me well.

  1. From now on, you may say with confidence that you are familiar with and have seen him!” “Lord, show us the Father, and we will be pleased,” Philip pleaded with Jesus.
  2. Every single person who has seen me has seen the Father.
  3. When the multitudes saw it, they were terrified, and they exalted God as a result.” 7 “You are from below, and I am from above,” he explained to them.
  4. It was my intention all along that you would die in your sins, and until you accept that I am he, you will die in your sins.” 8Jesus stated that He is the Judge and that He has the authority to grant Eternal Life.
  5. I am the Son of God.” Even if a person dies because of his or her faith in me, that person will survive.” 10″My sheep recognize my voice and follow me because I know who they are.
  6. “I’ll bring them up on the final day of the month.” 12Jesus claimed to be the same as God in every way.
  7. The mob gathered stones once more to assassinate the leader.

“I have done many excellent things under the supervision of my Father,” Jesus stated. “For which one are you planning to stone me?” I inquire. “We’re not stoning you for any good deed, but for blasphemy!” they said in response. “You, a simple man, assert your divine status.” 13

Is Jesus God? Why That Matters to Us

“I Am the Bread of Life,” says the Lord. Jesus said, “It is not my will that you should perish, but that I should rise up on your behalf.” “I am the source of all nourishment. Anyone who comes to me will never be hungry again. I guarantee it. Anyone who believes in me will never be thirsty again in his or her life.” 14″I am the way, the truth, and the life,” says the Lord. Jesus responded to him by saying, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one else can do these things for you. No one else can bring anybody else to the Father except through me.” 15 “The world is illuminated by me.” “I am the light of the world.” Anyone who follows me will not walk in darkness, but will instead have the light of life shining in their hearts.” “you will come to know the truth” The truth will set you free if you follow the teachings of Jesus Christ.

17 adverbial adverbial adverbial adverbial adverb “I came so they could have life and have it abundantly” “I came that they might have life and have it abundantly.” I am the good shepherd, and I am here to help you.

I grant them eternal life, and they will never expire as long as they remain in my possession.

If anybody loves me, he will keep my word, and my Father will love him in return, and we will come to him and establish a home for ourselves among him.” nnnnnnnnnn “”I will always be by your side.” As you can see, I am with you constantly, all the way to the end of the age.” 20 Still have doubts about whether or not Jesus is God?

Footnotes: (1) Col 1:15 (2) John 1:2 (3) 1Peter 3:15 (4) John 8:56-58 (5) John 12:44-46 (6) John 14:6-9 (7) Matthew 9:6-8 (8) John 8:23,24 (9) John 5:21-23 (1) Col 1:15 (2) John 1:2 (3) 1Peter 3:15 (4) John 8:56-58 (5) John 12:44-46 (6) John 14:6-9 (7) Matthew 9:6-8 (8) John 8:23, (10) John 11:25(11), John 10:27,28(12), John 6:40(13), and John 10:30-33 are all references to Jesus Christ (14) (15), John 14:6 (16), John 8:12 (17), John 8:31,32 (18), John 10:10,27,28 (19), John 14:21 (20).

(20) Matthew 28:20 is a verse from the Bible that says, “If you love me, do my commandments.” You might also be interested in any of the following articles and videos.

What did Jesus say on the cross?

It is not necessary to be a “card-carrying Christian” in order to understand what the cross signifies. After Jesus Christ was crucified, what was previously an instrument of Roman punishment has been transformed into a symbol of Christian belief and belief system. That pivotal point in history, which is widely chronicled both in the Bible and in other historical books, altered the direction of human history for all eternity. The deeds of Jesus demonstrated how much God cared for the entire world.

What did Jesus say as he was hanging on the cross?

The narratives of Jesus’ crucifixion may be found in the following chapters of the Bible: Matthew 27, Luke 23, John 19, and Mark 15. The seven final words said by Jesus on the cross reveal a great deal about God and ourselves. Let’s have a look at this.

Sayings of Jesus on the cross1: “Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do” Luke 23:34

In Luke 23:34, Jesus delivers a remark that should bring us all to our knees. He had been betrayed. He was assaulted and spit on by his attackers. While He was suffering, the Roman Guards gambled for His possessions. When it appeared as though the world was against Him (and it was), His heart’s desire was to ask for just one thing. During His crucifixion, what did Jesus say concerning those who would persecute Him? Please accept my apologies. How many of us keep grudges against others for minor transgressions?

  • However, the example of Jesus is one that we should all take into consideration.
  • “Forgive them,” one of Jesus’ seven last words said on the cross, is extremely powerful.
  • We are frequently more punishing to ourselves than we are to the individuals against whom we are harboring a grudge when we refuse to forgive them.
  • Forgiveness does not necessarily imply allowing another person to have an impact on your life.
  • It is a hindrance to your progress.
  1. Giving God your anguish and asking Him to intercede on your behalf on behalf of the person who has injured you are both examples of prayer. Accepting God’s plan for your life and not allowing negative thoughts toward another individual or group of people to get in the way

It’s much simpler to say than to accomplish. However, after you’ve completed your task, you’ll be liberated. Will you have the courage to let go and even beg God to intervene on your behalf against those who have wronged you? Consider what Jesus said when he was hanging on the cross. In His most difficult moments, He not only chose forgiveness, but he also begged that they be reconciled with God via an act of prayer, which was answered.

Sayings of Jesus on the cross2: “Today, you will be with me in Paradise” Luke 23:43

This is a story that many of us are familiar with. On that terrible day, Jesus wasn’t the only man sentenced to death by the Romans. His left and right sides were occupied by thieves who were also scheduled to be killed. We come upon two very distinct experiences. One of the thieves makes fun of Jesus and dares Him to prove if He is the Messiah or not. Several of the prisoners who were hanging there threw obscenities at Jesus, including: “Aren’t you the Messiah?” “Save yourself as well as us!” Luke 23:39 (NIV) The other criminal, on the other hand, makes a sincere plea on Jesus’ behalf.

  1. “Don’t you have any fear of God,” he said, referring to the fact that they were both serving the same sentence.
  2. “However, this individual has done nothing wrong.” Luke 40:40-41 (KJV) Three critical actions are taken by the criminal in the life of any disciple of Jesus.
  3. Following that, he confesses his own shortcomings and flawed nature.
  4. According to Luke 40:42, the condemned man declared Jesus to be Lord and confessed that He was in reality, the King of the Jews.

When he asked him whether he was going to heaven, he said, “I promise you, today you will be with me in paradise.” Luke 40:43 (NIV) Despite the fact that the criminal could do nothing to save himself, he was saved by calling on the name of Jesus.

Sayings of Jesus on the Cross3: “Woman, behold your son,” John 19:26 – 27

Jesus appears to be looking down at two persons that He had a special affection for throughout His time on earth in the Gospel of the Apostle John. The Savior’s gaze is fixed on John and His mother, whom He loves. He entrusts his learner with a very important and prestigious responsibility. After seeing his mother and the disciple whom he adored standing nearby, Jesus addressed her as “Woman, here is your son,” and the disciple as “Dear disciple, here is your mother.” She was welcomed into the home of this disciple from that point forward.

  1. First and foremost, we witness that, despite His tremendous suffering, Jesus never wavered in his affection for His mother.
  2. Throughout His life, Jesus was obedient to the law.
  3. Keeping in mind that Jesus was quite explicit about His regard for the law.
  4. “Do not believe that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them, but to fulfill them.” “Do not imagine that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets.” Matt.

Sayings of Jesus on the Cross4: “My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?”Matt 27:46

This is considered by many to be the most puzzling passage in the Bible. Jesus is subjected to a variety of trials. In addition to being beaten and tormented, he is insulted and spit on. A whipping is applied to the Savior, and He is next wounded in the heart with a crown of thorns, and finally with nails in His wrists and feet. What did Jesus say on the cross, at the height of His pain, was recorded. Towards the ninth hour, Jesus cried out in a loud voice and said, “Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?” which translates as “My God, My God, why have You deserted Me?” 27:46 (Matthew 27:46) Is it possible that God forsook Jesus?

  1. This is the interpretation that many people have given to Jesus’ words.
  2. Many think that Jesus was quoting directly from the holy songs of the psalms when He spoke this on the cross, and that this is the most correct interpretation.
  3. In the midst of all of His difficulties, Jesus opted to give thanks.
  4. Please read the following article to find out more about why Jesus cried out to his Father: “My God, My God, Why have You deserted Me?”

Sayings of Jesus on the Cross5: “I thirst” John 19:28

What did Jesus say on the cross that not only captured the essence of both His humanity and His agony, but also captured the essence of His humanity and suffering? “I’m thirsty,” Jesus declared. These two simple, yet powerful, phrases serve as a sharp reminder that what our Lord went through was a very genuine experience in his life. As His earthly flesh decayed, He experienced terrible anguish and discomfort as He carried the sins of the world, something that only God could accomplish. Later, knowing that all had now been completed and that Scripture would be fulfilled, Jesus expressed his need by saying, “I have come to drink.” John 19:28 (NIV) In His journey to redeem the world and bring in eternal life, Jesus endured no little amount of suffering.

This is simply another manifestation of the depths of God’s love for each and every person.

Sayings of Jesus on the Cross6: “It is finished” John 19:30

This is the sixth declaration that Jesus made on the cross, and it is one that every Christian may rely on for assurance in their relationship with God. According to Mark 15:37, Jesus let forth a piercing yell. That resounding “it is completed,” according to some researchers, might have been the strong words “It is finished.” These are some of the most profound phrases that have ever been said. The fulfillment of all of God’s promises is symbolized by this single phrase. As far back as the Garden of Eden, the Father announced a plan for the redemption of mankind (Genesis 3:5).

  1. But what did Jesus say while hanging on the cross?
  2. On the Jewish Day of Atonement, the statement “It is completed” held special meaning since it signified the completion of the ritual.
  3. Jesus’ death, on the other hand, was the ultimate and last sacrifice that put a stop to all sacrifices.
  4. Every error and transgression was paid for in full, and there was no more money to be made.
  5. Every Christian understands that “It is done” is more than a phrase; it is a war cry in their lives.
  6. Death is no longer something to be feared.
  7. Hebrews 2:13-15 (New International Version)

Sayings of Jesus on the Cross7: “Father, into Your Hands I commit my Spirit.” Luke 23:46

On the crucifixion, what did Jesus have to say in His dying moments? “Father, I surrender My Spirit into Your Hands,” he murmured. “I commit My Spirit into Your Hands.” With the exception of one phrase, this last outburst may be summarized as follows: The term in question is “willingness.” Despite the fact that He had the option to choose a different path, Jesus was prepared to die and give Himself up. Looking at Jesus’ comments, it is clear that there was no misunderstanding concerning His authority.

When Jesus was arrested, he said to Peter, “Do you think I won’t be able to call on my Father, and he will immediately put at my disposal more than twelve legions of angels?” But how then will the Scriptures be fulfilled that declare it must happen in this way?” Matthew 26:53 (KJV) Jesus understood that the events that were about to unfold had a greater significance than the suffering he was experiencing.

  • Therefore, He chose to let it.
  • Imagine being in the office of your Governor and declaring “You have no control over me.” This is understanding that the Governor has the last word in many of the State’s legislative concerns.
  • Yet, there is a bravery and Jesus that comes from very crucial places.
  • Jesus was in control and once He knew He had fulfilled the Old Testament prophecies and was clearly the Messiah that all of Israel had hoped for called out in a loud voice these important words.

Jesus called out with a loud voice, “Father, into your hands I commit my spirit.” When he had said this, he breathed his last. John 19:11 Jesus willingly suffered and died. He did it at the cross not only because it was God’s will at the moment, but it was God’s will from the beginning of time.

Here’s what other’s said at the cross

When Jesus took his last breath, a massive earthquake shook the world. The curtain in the temple has been torn in half entirely. They were astounded by what He had said and done, as well as by the indications that followed after He had spoken and done it. 3 The Gospels make specific mention of the Roman Guard, who stood there and made a forceful statement at the foot of the crucifixion. When Jesus was arrested, the soldier said that He “really was the son of God,” according to Matthew 27:54 and Mark 15:39, respectively.

What we do know is that the death of Jesus had a profound impact on those who witnessed it.

That even those who are hostile to us will be amazed by the God who lives inside us is an incredible illustration of what may happen when we choose to follow God’s Will during difficult circumstances.

Never give up!

What did Jesus say on the cross? | A recap of the sayings of Jesus

Each and every one of our lives would be transformed if we just studied Jesus’ sayings and asked the question, “What did Jesus say on the cross?” Takeaways from Jesus’ words on the cross that, if applied to one’s own life, have the potential to transform one’s life forever are presented here:

  • “Father, pardon them since they are unaware of what they are doing.” (Matthew 23:34) When it comes to forgiving and praying for your adversaries, Jesus sets the standard. Are you able to forgive those who have wronged you? “Today you will be with me in paradise,” Jesus says. (Matthew 23:43) Every person who calls on His Name will be able to find their path. Will you be like that thief and make a decision today to say, “I want to be with you, Jesus”
  • “Woman, behold your son”
  • Or “Woman, behold your daughter”? (John 19:26-27) Jesus was extremely concerned for His family and placed God’s will first in all He did. What do you do when things are tough? Are you willing to put your attention on caring for others around you and obeying God’s will
  • “My God, My God, why have You deserted Me”? (Matthew 27:46
  • Mark 1:15) Jesus directed His gaze away from earth and toward the heavens at His most trying time. He did not scream out with complaints, but rather with a hymn of adoration. Can you give thanks to God and remember that He is loyal to His children, even in the midst of your most difficult circumstances
  • “I hunger” (See also John 19:28) Jesus was willing to suffer for the greater good. “It is completed,” says God, if you are ready to endure hardship in order to accomplish what God intends for you in life. John is a fictional character created by the author of the novel The Assassin’s Creed (19:30) When it came time to finish His mission, Jesus didn’t slack off. So many people gave up before we could complete our victory. Are you willing to finish what you start for Jesus
  • “Father, into Your Hands I commit my Spirit”
  • “Father, into Your Hands I submit my Spirit”
  • “Father, into Your Hands I commit my Spirit” (Luke 23:46) When Jesus died for us, He did it voluntarily. If you believe that it is time to entirely surrender your life to God,

At the end of the day, what did Jesus say on the cross? “I adore you!” he said. You can make a decision to follow Him by saying “Jesus, You are Lord,” just like the thief on the cross, and He will accept your decision. “Please bring me along.” We, the members of Sound of Heaven, are here to pray with You. You can reach out to us at any time. We are a church that is dedicated to producing disciples and seeing lives transformed as a result of Jesus Christ’s sacrifice. I’d want to accept Jesus and I’d like to inform you of my decision.

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