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Who is Jesus


There seems to be much disagreement as to who the man from Galilee is or was.

 The only way to know for sure, is to go to the source, the Holy Bible. Throughout both the Torah (OT) and the Greek Text (NT), the Bible precisely delineates just who and what Jesus of Nazareth was, is, and forever will be; the SON of GOD, the promised Messiah, the Savior of God's Chosen people.

But rather than repeat what has already been recorded in the Book of Books, I am going to invite you to  seek out --FOR YOURSELF-- the greatest treasure of all time.

I am going to list some ways the Bible describes Jesus, and I challenge you to access an exhaustive Bible concordance, and look up each and every reference to each description listed.

I believe that even those who think they already "Know Him", might come to know him even more! \o/


The Son of God

The Alpha and Omega

The Resurrection and the Life

The Way, the Truth, and the Life


The Branch of Jesse

Prince of Peace

Lord of Lords -- King of Kings

Messiah / Savior

Feel free to add to the list as you discover and learn more along the way.


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