Who is Jesus Christ?
The most loved name. --------------- the most hated name.
What difference does it make??
All three questions can be answered by this same statement:
If Jesus Christ is who the Bible says He is, then every human being must and will determine "Who is Jesus Christ".
The Bible says in John 10:30 "I and My Father are One"; and John 14:10," I am in the Father, and the Father is in Me".
Can it be that God, the Father, Creator of all and Jesus Christ are One and each One in the Other??
Yes,!! That is exactly what the Bible teaches.
This being true, then every human being must choose what their belief is about Jesus Christ, and what their relationship is to
Him. Because, He is your creator. You would not exist, except God gave you life. You are His property.
Every human has a choice and must choose; each person WILL make a decision.
God guarantees, you the right to choose!!
1) You may choose to believe that Jesus Christ is who the Bible says He is---
2) You may choose not to believe.
There are only two sources through which a person can obtain evidence of "Who is Jesus Christ".
The first and only physical evidence is the Bible. The Bible contains prophecy of the coming of Jesus, the words and
teachings of Jesus and the recorded testimonies of people who were part of God's communication to mankind.
The second evidence comes from any individual as they experience, in their own spiritual search, the person of
The first evidence,--The Bible
The Bible, although written with an elementary vocabulary, has been either understood or misunderstood causing tremendous
dispute and controversy between individuals, religious groups, nations and nationalities. The Bible has been interpreted into
all major languages with many different versions of the Bible in several of those languages. No other existing book is so
widely read or quoted. Countless numbers of humans have devoted their entire life to the study of the Bible, and yet the Bible
and its central personality, Jesus Christ, remain the greatest mystery and controversy among mankind. Even religions who use
the Bible as their basis of existence dispute greatly over "Who is Jesus
One example of what the Bible gives as evidence of who is/was Jesus Christ is found in the book of John. John 1: 1, "In the
beginning was the Word and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2).--He was in the beginning with God.
(V.14)-- And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, the glory of the Only Begotten of the
Father, full of grace and truth ".
In these verses the Bible uses the term " Word " in reference to Jesus Christ. Within the context there is only one reasonable
"Word " = Jesus Christ. "Word " describes who Jesus Christ was, His purpose, and His work in coming to physical earth.
Jesus Christ was the " Word " (spoken message) of God to mankind. God's purpose in Jesus Christ was to give His message
in person by speaking His "Word ". Jesus Christ's work was to declare the "Word " from spiritual God to physical mankind.
Each of these three statements are overlapping but uniquely point to the plan of God in giving His Word, to His creation, the
only and totally sufficient message-- the "Word of God ". God--Word--Jesus Christ, Who was " in the beginning and by
Him all things were created ". Then He came into the flesh of a man, the One in all, the One and only Creator, the Almighty
In John 14:10 the Bible quotes Jesus Christ as saying, " Do you not believe that I am in the Father and the Father in Me? The
words that I speak to you I do not speak on My own authority; but the Father who dwells in Me does the works ". 11)
"believe Me that I am in the Father and the Father in Me, or else believe Me for the sake of the works themselves ".
Thus, the Bible says that Jesus Christ was the Spirit of God in the body of a man. Although these things are stated in a simple
vocabulary, how do we understand them? We can understand that God as Spirit is able at the same moment to be present in
America, South America, Africa, Asia, Europe, etc. In the same manner, God placed His own Spirit into an embryo and into
the womb of Mary, which became Jesus Christ and still at the same time, God as Spirit, was all present in all of creation.
We as humankind have a beginning. I began in my mother's womb and was born into this world on October 24th, 1940.
Prior to that, I did not exist. I had a definite beginning date and was given an eternal spirit by God.
In Ecclesiastes 12:7 the Bible says that the body dies and returns to the dust from which it came, and the spirit returns to God
who gave it.
Science can prove that the elements of the body are the same elements that are in the dirt. Humans eat the produce that
grows from the dirt and grow bodies. So it is true, a scientific fact, that our bodies are made of the dust of the earth.
The spirit is more difficult to understand. As a person is in the presence of someone dying it becomes easy to understand,
believe, and know that when a person dies, the spirit, or life, does not die but leaves the body. The body dies as the spirit
leaves the body. Both the person dying and those around them understand that. There are many near-death experiences
from which people have recovered and told of their experiences which substantiate these statements. Thus we can
understand that mankind has a beginning, and that our spirit will continue after death of the body.
My wife and I have four children. In our case, through acts of love we produced four physical babies. Each of these, now
adults, have totally independent living spirits given by God in the womb of their mother, which is their life. My wife and I did
not create, nor procreate an eternal living spirit, but through a process created by God we human beings supply the physical
elements and then, God inserts into that physical union a living spirit that is eternal. In this way we humans have a life-spirit,
that at death returns to God who gave it.
This process needs to be fully thought through and understood in order to understand what God did in placing His Own Spirit
into the womb of Mary.
First, the following method of explanation may seem to be distasteful, but we believe it is needful. Needful because many say,
Mary, mother of God, others that Jesus was born a man and became a God, therefore they too can become Gods as Jesus
did. Even non-Christian religions believe that Jesus was born in an unnatural manner, but they have no reasonable explanation.
Therefore, it is greatly needed to explain in detail what the Bible speaks of in broad, but definite terms. The Bible states
clearly that Jesus had no earthly father, that God was His Father. But, Mary had a baby.
Physically speaking there are two possibilities:
First possibility---Mary, through the natural process of ovulation produced an egg, which became half of physical Jesus.
Then God, through His creative power produced the male half of physical Jesus. This could not have been a sexual union
because God as Spirit is not sexual, neither male nor female. (reference, Galatians 3:28).
Nevertheless, God could have created the physical other half and inserted it, as well as His Own Spirit, into the womb of
Mary, resulting in the birth of Jesus Christ.
Second possibility---Mary, while obedient to the will of God's plan for her life had no physical input, nor part in the
conception of Jesus, except to receive as a surrogate mother the embryo of Jesus. God through His creative power
produced a physical embryo, placed His Own Spirit in it, and placed that embryo into the womb of Mary.
In modern medicine doctors can take an egg from a woman and a sperm from a man, unite them in a dish and place them in a
surrogate mother. That woman can then give birth to a baby for which she did not produce the egg, nor did she have any
contact with the father, nor did she receive any sperm, nor did she have any genetic input. Considering that doctors can
successfully cause babies to be born in this manner, then most certainly, God the creator of all living could have placed an
embryo with His Own Spirit into a surrogate mother.
God, without doubt, could have used either of these possibilities to bring Jesus Christ into this physical world, but I strongly
believe that the second of the two possibilities is the one God chose.
This will further be seen in Hebrews Chapter 7 and context. Here the Bible gives another explanation to better detail " Who
is Jesus Christ ". Hebrews 7:3 speaks to the reason why it is important that we discussed the above conception and birth of
Hebrews 7:3" without father, without mother, without genealogy, having neither beginning of days nor end of life, but made
like the Son of God, remains a priest continually."
As we look at this verse and its context we want to ask as the Ethiopian eunuch in Acts 8:34," who is the writer speaking
of"? Is the writer, here in Hebrews 7 speaking about Melchizedek or Jesus Christ.
Hebrews 7:1, " For this Melchizedek, king of Salem, priest of most high God, who met Abraham returning from the slaughter
of the kings and blessed him ".
Most commentaries and interpreters conclude that the subject of the sentence is Melchizedek. Thus the following
descriptions in verses two and three would be about Melchizedek. But according to the sentence structure in English (most
English Bibles use the same words in verse 1, "For this Melchizedek") "this" could be the noun and thus the subject of the
If "this" is the noun then the whole meaning of verse two and three is turned to be in reference to Jesus Christ. To consider if
" this " could be the noun, we have only to look at the previous sentence which is Hebrews 6:19- 20. In this sentence we find
that the subject is " this hope" ( 6:9) that is "even Jesus" having become a high priest forever ( 6:20). Indeed the subject
from Chapter one through Chapter 10 is Jesus Christ. So we believe that the subject in Hebrews 7:1 is "this" which is "this
hope" in 6: 19. "This hope" is "even Jesus" Christ. ( verse 20).
Jesus being synonymous with" hope", as used here and 6:18 and 19 and 7:19 and in many other New Testament verses, is
significant. Significant because "this hope" refers to the final reality of God's plan through Jesus Christ. "Hope" because as
living physical human beings we cannot see, touch, nor fully understand what God has prepared for His people.
I Corinthians 2:9, "Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, nor have entered in the heart of man the things which God has prepared
for those who love Him."
In a fuller sense that "hope" was a measure of the belief and faith of Melchizedek and Abraham.
Whereas in the 21st century, we have the Old Testament, New Testament and many centuries of written and testimonial
evidences to physically base our "hope" in Jesus Christ. Melchizedek and Abraham had nothing of these physical evidences
which we deem so important.
Melchizedek, somehow, (for the Bible gives no explanation) believed in God and was set aside by God to be a priest by
which, in "this hope" as a servant of God, he blessed Abraham and received the tithe given by Abraham. (reference Hebrews
Abraham also believed and in that same "hope" gave the tithes " to whom" (7:2)being "even Jesus" Christ. Thus both men,
Melchizedek and Abraham, hundreds of years before the birth of Jesus Christ, believed and acted in "this hope" "even Jesus".
How great was their hope, belief, faith, that a Savior-Messiah would come, even far in the future. Yet their hope was secure
and an anchor for their souls.
Therefore the subject being "this" in verse one and "to whom" in verse two being in reference to "this hope" in verse 19,which
is "even Jesus" in verse 20, then verses two and three or descriptions of Jesus.
** king of righteousness:---Isaiah 9:6, Psalms 45: 6-7, Psalms 102:25-27.
** king of peace:---Isaiah 9:6
** without father:---Isaiah 7:14, Luke 1:26-27 & 30-31.
** without mother:---Matthew 12:46-50, Hebrews 7:3
** without genealogy:---Isaiah 53:8.
** neither beginning of days nor end of life:---John 1:1, Hebrews 7:16-21.
** made like the son of God:---
Jesus Christ was not a son of God as we know and bare children. But "like" the Son of God. Jesus had no father accept
God, but was created by God with God's spirit as His Spirit and life. Thus Jesus was placed by God into the womb of Mary
and entered into this physical world.
** priest continually:---Hebrews 7:17-21, Psalms 110:4.
Having understood the above interpretation of Hebrews 6:19-7:3, there is only one who has ever lived who could fulfill that
description: Jesus Christ, God in the flesh. ( John 1:1-5).
Jesus Christ :------was not a man who became a God,---was not a prophet,---was not half man half God, nor any
combination thereof,--was not a man who became God after baptism,--was not the son of Joseph and Mary, nor was Mary
the mother of God.
Jesus Christ:---- was God in a body of flesh,---was and is God,---was and is the one God and one Spirit,---was revealed to
us at His baptism through a visible evidence of the coming of the Holy Spirit.
His baptism and the coming of the Holy Spirit was to give evidence of how He would come into the hearts of those who
would be baptized.
In Acts 2:38, " Then Peter said to them, repent, and let everyone of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the
remission of sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit."
The Holy Spirit was His life and Spirit, thus the Holy Spirit's coming at His baptism was for the benefit of mankind not for
Jesus Christ Himself.
Also in First Corinthians 15:45-49, the Bible makes a statement about the First and Second Adam.
"And so it is written, the first man Adam became a living being. The last Adam became a life giving spirit. However, the
spiritual is not first, but the natural, and afterward the spiritual. The first man was of the earth, made of dust; the second Man
is the Lord from heaven. As was the man of dust so also are those who are made of dust; and as is the heavenly Man, so
also are those who are heavenly. And as we have borne the image of the man of dust, we shall also bear the image of the
heavenly Man. "
This scripture referring to the first and second Adam is speaking of the first living human being as the first Adam and Jesus
Christ as the second Adam. As this comparison is made, it is clear that the second Adam was created as was the first Adam,
by God, without father or mother or genealogy.
Jesus Christ did not have His beginning in the womb of Mary. Jesus Christ was already alive before Mary. Even in the
beginning, at the time of creation, He was God's Spirit. God placed His Own Spirit that pre-existed before all creation into
the wound of Mary.
Every human being, accept Jesus Christ, had a definite beginning. God places a living spirit into the union of a sperm, from
man, and an egg, from a woman, and life begins. There are only two exceptions to this life giving process in all history: Adam,
the first man and Eve, the first woman.
Genesis 2:7 States, " And the Lord formed man of the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and
man became a living being ".
Eve, the first woman was a little different.
Genesis 1:21-22 states, " And the Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall on Adam, and he slept; and He took one of his ribs,
and closed up the flesh in its place. Then the rib which the Lord God had taken from man He made into a woman, and He
brought her to the man ".
These verses simply mean that Eve was an exact duplicate of Adam, illustrated by the stated fact that she was made from his
rib. If she was an exact duplicate, then God also breathed into her the breath of life and she became a living being as was
Everyone else who has ever lived received their life in the womb of their mother except Jesus Christ.
The graph below is to be read in columns downward. It shows that Jesus Christ was first in the spiritual realm, then entered
the physical world, then returned to the spiritual realm.
GOD----God the Father----
This is not three Gods!! But three ways God has and does relate to mankind.
God's line between physical & spiritual
Jesus Christ--- entered the physical world--lived and died--was resurrected from the dead and returned to the
Holy Spirit--- enters physical world, but remains spiritual in every way.
All Mankind--- born, with life beginning in the physical world, lives and dies, then spirit enters spiritual
Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son of God, is the only being that was first in the spiritual realm, then crossed over into the
physical realm, lived and died, and then crossed again into the spiritual realm.
There are also angels in the spiritual realm. They remain spiritual even though they are sometimes revealed in human form.
Second evidence--each individual.
The Bible is the Word of God. If we follow that " Word ", that is its instructions, the Word of God will point us to the living
To the person searching for God, the Word of God teaches these points:
*God is the creator and only God.
*Sin has separated mankind from God.
*All mankind are sinners.
*Jesus Christ came to earth and died for sinners.
*All who believe and confess Jesus Christ as Lord will be saved from their sins.
*All who open their hearts to believe and receive Jesus Christ will become God's children and receive eternal life with Him.
To all who somewhat understand and follow these points of instruction, (somewhat, because God looks at the intent of the
heart and not the letter of the law), will receive the greatest and most convincing evidence of "Who is Jesus Christ".
That greatest of evidences is the Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ, God Himself as He enters an individual's heart!!
The evidence becomes totally clear when the Holy Spirit of God enters a person's heart-- spirit. When a person experiences
the life giving, peace giving, Spirit of God in their own heart, all doubt disappears.
A person may think, why did I not see this before? It is so simple and clear. Yet this greatest of evidences cannot be
understood without the personal experience of an individual receiving Jesus Christ through His Holy Spirit coming into their
The evidence is available to all who would seek God. If you reject God, He will remain a mystery.
Although God reveals Himself to all, He enters the heart and provides salvation only for those who seek Him.
The Bible gives the historical record and the words of instructions, which are proof enough for anyone who seeks God. The
Holy Spirit of God seals that proof beyond doubt as He enters a person's heart--spirit.
John 3:3 "---unless one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God"---and John 1:12 says, " But as many as received
Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God, even to those who believed in His name ".
" Who is Jesus Christ " is spoken--written about in numerous places in the Bible. There are two major, but not all inclusive,
methods that God used to describe Jesus Christ in the Bible:
First---the use of analogies. The use of analogies is necessary because it is the description of spiritual things to physical
mankind. What you cannot see or touch must be explained by what you can see and touch.
Some of these analogies describing Jesus Christ are:
** Seed---Genesis 3:15,--Genesis 22:17-18,--Galatians 3: 16 & 19 & 29.
** Star and Scepter---Numbers 24:17,--Psalms 45: 6.
** Seed of Abraham---Galatians 3:16.
** Root and Offspring of David---Revelations 22:16.
** Son of God and---son of man---son of David--Matthew 1:1.
Second---The use of words and phrases that describes characteristics, work, or attributes of Jesus Christ. Some of these
are:---Your Throne,---Ruler,---Your Kingdom,---Prince of Peace,---Emanuel,---Man of sorrows,---King,---etc.
In this study, the purpose is to better determine " Who is Jesus Christ ". We will look at those terms and analogies that will
best bring us to the conclusion of " Who is Jesus Christ ".
The first analogy referring to Jesus Christ comes in Genesis 3:15. This is not only at the beginning of the Bible, but also at the
very beginning of the history of mankind. This analogy compares the " seed " of Eve, the mother of all living, Genesis 3:20, to
the " One " " He " who is Jesus Christ, Who would bruise the head of the serpent-- satan.
This needs to be seen and understood in the context of all of God's creation, of all God's time and the entire Bible.
The word, " Seed", being capitalized in the Bible gives the word the proper spiritual connotation. Combining the spiritual "
Seed " with " He " gives us the correct prophetic understanding that Jesus Christ will come and die for the sins of the
whole of mankind, thus defeating satan (serpent) and his seed (offspring).
The seed or offspring of satan--serpent is mankind who are influenced by satan or by their own choice follow the rebellion of
The N. K. J. Bible interprets Genesis 3:15,---" And I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your seed
and her seed; He shall bruise your head, and you shall bruise His heel.
The N. I. V. Bible interprets Genesis 3:15,---" And I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your
offspring and hers; He will crush your head, and you will strike His heal. "
Here the N. I. V. uses the word " offspring " with a footnote reference of "or seed."
In regard to Eve, the N. I. V. says " hers " implying " offspring " with reference to " or seed ". This is not a contradicting
interpretation, but the use of "offspring " broadens the understanding. The ultimate person of the implied "Offspring---Seed "
is Jesus Christ, spiritual. Jesus Christ ( born of woman), Offspring--Seed of Eve, God in the flesh ( John 1:1) will crush the
head of the serpant--satan.
The head of satan would be crushed through the death and resurrection of Jesus which sealed the judgment to be carried out,
casting satan into the lake of fire.
The offspring--seed of Eve would be all living, but all living would be divided spiritually into two groups. One group , as did
Eve, sinned, confessed and was--is restored to God as spiritual.
The other group, as physical offspring of Eve, are those of mankind who are sprouted from or fallen into the rebellion of the
serpent--satan. Throughout history there will be offspring--seed of Eve who will sprout from that same spiritual " Seed " who
is " Christ ", who will be in conflict with the offspring of Eve, who are seed of the serpant--satan.
In the first generation of all mankind God tells us that mankind will always be divided into two groups that will fight against
each other throughout history in the same manner as satan will fight against God until the end that is determined for him.
Both the spiritual " Seed " (Jesus Christ) and the spiritual, " seed " (the serpent) will have offspring that includes all mankind
who are descendants of Eve.
Indeed that conflict came about very quickly in the lives of Eve's two sons as Cain killed his brother Abel as a result of Cain's
own sin. (Genesis 4: 6-8).
Eve, although tempted and fallen, was of the spiritual " seed " and she would have descendants who would sprout from that
spiritual " Seed ", "Who is Christ".
The main point is that " her Seed " is not a seed which came from Eve, but the "Seed ", Jesus Christ, from which Eve
sprouted spiritually and there would be offspring--seed of Eve who will sprout from that same "Seed ".
Galatians 3:16, " and to your Seed, who is Christ."
Here is the direct statement Seed= Christ and that gives us the confidence to interpret the analogy.
Eve's offspring or seed is:
I. Offspring or Seed--spiritually--Jesus Christ.
A. Seed--that Eve came from.
B. Seed--that Eve--like, spiritual Offspring will come from.
II. Offspring or seed--physically--all living.
A. Spiritual family of God.
B. spiritual family of satan.
In Genesis 22:17-18 there is a clear example of this explanation from the covenant God made with Abraham. Verse 17
refers to the physical descendants and verse 18 speaks of the Spiritual Seed.
17) " blessing I will bless you and multiplying I will multiply your descendants as the stars of the heaven and as the sand which
is on the seashore and your descendants shall possess the gate of their enemies."
18) ", in your Seed all the nations of the earth shall be blessed because you have obeyed my voice. "
Verse 17 refers to the physical offspring, verse 18 the Spiritual Seed.
This Seed in verse 18 is interpreted in Galatians 3:16 as, " Seed "= "Jesus Christ."
That "Seed " is unique in all of creation.
** that Seed is God who came in the flesh, Jesus Christ.
** that Seed was before creation and will continue throughout eternity.
** that Seed is God's Seed sown in the hearts of all mankind.
** that Seed takes root and bears fruit in all who receive Him.
There is another analogy that is used in the very same way. This one is best exemplified in Revelations 22:16. " I, Jesus, have
sent My angel to testify to you these things in the churches. I am the Root and the Offspring of David, the Bright and Morning
The word " Root " is used and interpreted in regard to David the same as " Seed " was in regard to Eve and Abraham.
David, was not the " Root ". Jesus Christ was the " Root " from which David grew and received his sustenance.
In Revelations 22:16 " Offspring " is with a capital letter giving us again a more complete understanding of the scripture. Jesus
Christ, both the "Root and Offspring " of David.
David sprouted from the " Root " and grew from the " Root ". As David grew from the " Root ", he wrote psalms and
writings that taught what he had learned from the " Root ". These psalms in turn have taught others about their " Root " from
the time of David until the present, bearing much fruit, which is the offspring of David. But the " Offspring " is not David's
offspring, because David did not die on the cross for the sins of all mankind.
Thus, all who would believe, confess their sins and be saved must go directly to the " Root and Offspring " of David, WHO
IS JESUS CHRIST!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I Peter 1:23, " having been born again, not of corruptible seed but incorruptible, through the Word of God which lives and
abides forever. "
That "Seed " of Eve, that "Seed " of Abraham, that " Root " and " Offspring " of David are all three, Jesus Christ.
The " Word ", in the beginning, in the flesh, in the end, Jesus Christ from Genesis 1--Revelations 22.
Jesus Christ is (the portion of, or part of) the spirit of God, who has related to mankind throughout history.
Jesus Christ is the portion of, or part of God, because, as Jesus Christ was relating to mankind " in the flesh " on earth, the
Father God was still Almighty God in heaven. Only God as Spirit can at the same time be God the Father, God the Son and
God the Holy Spirit. This is not three God's or even three entities, but one God as He relates to His creation in three ways.
Who is Jesus Christ ?????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Creator---The Word---God in the flesh.
The Redeemer The Savior.
The " hope of eternal life " is the greatest possession a human being can possess!!!
This "hope of eternal life" in Titus 1:2 is conditioned upon Titus 1: 1. " According to the faith of God's elect and
the acknowledgement of the truth which is according to godliness, in hope of eternal life which God, who cannot
lie, promised before time began. "
The family of God through faith comes to the truth and are conformed to godliness and have " hope of eternal life
Also in Hebrews 6: 18-20 this "hope" is personalized as Jesus Christ.
We cannot see Him, but we know Him and have hope.
We cannot touch Him, but we feel Him and have hope.
Thus, what we cannot see or touch is the hope we have "as an anchor of the soul both, sure and steadfast".
The family of God stand solid " in the hope of eternal life " awaiting the final result which God has promised.
If you would like to become a part of the Family of God, please read the following explaination by Jesus Christ
teaching in John 3.
Please refer to John 3: 1-21 as you read:
In John Chapter 3, Nicodemus, a Pharisee and ruler came seeking Jesus' council. He recognized Jesus as a " teacher come
from God; for no one could do these signs (miracles) that Jesus did unless God is with him." (John 3:2 )
Jesus answered Nicodemus' question even before it was asked. In John 2:25, it states that Jesus " knew what was in man ".
Thus Jesus being the Son of God, knowing all, knew the question in Nicodemus' mind and began immediately to answer.
Indeed the answer is universal and councils everyone in how to find peace with God. Jesus gives the answer through the
course of their conversation. Jesus says, " unless one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God ". (John 3:3). Also
John 3: 6 says, " That which is born of the flesh is flesh and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit."
You must be born again, spiritually, in order to enter the Kingdom of God. In order to be born spiritually, you must have
some understanding. Nicodemus was reprimanded by Jesus because he was a " teacher of Israel and do not know these
things? " (John 3:10).
As Jesus explained, we must understand that Jesus is the only One "Who came down from heaven." He was, at the same
time, on earth in a body of flesh and also"the Son of Man who is in heaven." (John 3:13) (Son of man= Spirit of God in the
body of a man ).
Please note that here in John 3:13 Jesus Christ is on earth. He is speaking in the flesh and says," the Son of Man who is in
heaven ". This statement is in present tense. Jesus Christ is on earth in the flesh and at the same time in heaven.
So first, understand that Jesus Christ, as Son of God, was God in the flesh.
Second, understand that God's plan for mankind's salvation is through the death of His Son. That death on the cross was
payment for the sins of all mankind. Jesus Christ "must--be lifted up, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have
eternal life. " (John 3:14-15).
Third, understand that God loves all mankind--you-- and desires that all be saved. "God sent His Son that the world
through Him might be saved ". (John 3:17).
Fourth, understand that each person is responsible for his own choice to believe or not believe. " He who believes in Him is
not condemned; but he who does not believe is condemned already---" (John 3:18).
Fifth, understand that mankind is, each one, condemned by their own personal sin. In John 3:19-21, Jesus refers to himself as
the light which exposes evil--sin. " And this is the condemnation, that the light has come into the world, and men loved
darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil ". (John 3:19). " But he who does the truth comes to the light, that
his deeds may be clearly seen, that they have been done in God. " (John 3:21).
The person who does not accept the fact of his own sin denies the truth. He is a liar. He cannot come to Jesus, for Jesus
knows every sin of every person. Thus, by refusing to come to the light of truth in Jesus Christ, a person condemns himself.
Condemned by his own sins--separated from God.
Thus, by believing in the Son and coming to the light, Jesus Christ, exposing our sins (confessing our sins), a person is born
again, spiritually, into the Kingdom of God. It is "done in God, " for we believe in Him, bring our sins to Him and He gives us
everlasting life with Him.
In John 17:21 Jesus prays, " That they all may be one, as You, Father, are in Me, and I in You; that they also be one in Us,
that the world may believe that You sent Me. "
Thus, Jesus Christ, is the " Mighty God ", the " Everlasting Father " and has given us " wonderful counsel "that brings us peace
Yes, God the Father through Jesus Christ will come into the heart of a human being and live with him. The Spirit of God
uniting with the spirit of mankind, which is the greatest experienced a human can have.
If you have not been born again spiritually, but desire to be, you may pray to Jesus Christ and become His child.
Do you believe:
that Jesus is the Son of God?? Yes________ No___________
that Jesus died for your sins?? Yes________ No__________
that you are a sinner?? Yes________ No__________
that you need to be born again?? Yes_______ No___________
If you answered yes to all these questions and sincerely desire to be born again, please pray the following prayer. Please
understand. this must be your prayer to our heavenly Father through Jesus Christ.
Dear Heavenly Father, I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and died upon the cross to pay the penalty for my sins.
Dear Lord Jesus, I am a sinner. I am lost without You. Please, Lord, forgive my sins and save me. I open my heart and life
to You. Please come into my heart and teach me through Your Holy Spirit. Thank You for hearing my prayer and for Your
promise of eternal life. I ask You, Lord Jesus, to be Lord of my life. I pray in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.
Jesus Christ----- the most controversial of names.
The name most greatly desire to understand. ---- the name most misunderstood.
Why is there so much dispute and controversy???
Why are there such varying opinions??