Everything else in creation gets it’s strength from another source—Angels get their power from God. Animals get their strength from God. Man gets his strength from God (Acts 17:25). But Jesus needs nothing to make Him mighty. He is mighty in and by Himself.
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Partial outline – FULL PDF HERE Isaiah 9:6; 28:29 This is the greatest verse in the Old Testament that prophesies of both the first and second coming of Christ— “For unto us a child is born” (His CRADLE). First coming. This speaks of the humanity of Christ as the Son of Man. “unto us a son is […]
This message was developed by some time I spent responding to an argument that is broadcasted within the “interfaith” community. Their main problem with Christianity is that Christians claim Jesus of Nazareth is the only way to God. In contrast, they embrace many ways to God. They take a “buffet” approach to religion; take what […]
For 300 years scientists have debated whether light is particle or a wave. Today scientists conclude it is BOTH—even though they admit that is “impossible.” They call it a “wave” when it does what a wave is expected to do, and they call it a “particle” when it does what a particle is expected to do. According to all the present evidence, light is not part particle and part wave, but it is ALL wave and ALL particle, ALL at the same time.
It never occurred to John that Jesus would be rejected by Israel and be crucified. This explains why John later in prison had doubts and asked Jesus, “are you THE ONE we should look for another?”
“The LORD JESUS CHRIST.” The combination of all three names together—“Lord Jesus Christ”— is found 87 times in the Bible.
Chastisement lead David to “take heed” to his ways. That is what chastening should do—Lead a believer to take inventory of his life and reconsider what he is doing.
“Whom do men say that I the Son of man am?” Jesus did NOT ask this question because He was insecure or having an identity crisis. He was not taking a poll to determine the effectiveness of His ministry. He already knew what people believed about Him.