What We Must Know About Jesus?
Course IX: What We Must Know About Jesus?
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What We Must Believe About Jesus To Be Saved Who Is Jesus. God is the everlasting God, the Creator of Heaven and Earth. There were none before God that were formed and after Him there will be none formed. God is a Just God and Savior. God said, “I am the beginning and the end.” God is immutable (Unchangeable). God is omnipresent (Everywhere), omniscient (All Knowing) and omnipotent (Almighty).
God spoke to Moses as I AM THAT I AM. God is the invisible, incorruptible, infinite and immortal King. God is love, life and light. In God there is no darkness at all. (Isaiah 40:28; 43:10; 44:6; 46; Exodus 3; I Timothy 6; I John 1:5)
God is One
God is one God. There is none before me and there is none that come after Me. I know not any. (Isaiah)
Isaiah 9:6 says,
God would send a child and He would be called the everlasting Father. Jesus was in the bosom of the Father. John 1 says that in the beginning was the Word, the Word was with God, the Word was God, and the Word became flesh. Jesus is the only begotten of the Father full of grace and truth. Jesus said I will send the spirit of the Father to you. Jesus said, I will send My Spirit upon You. God is Spirit and He was manifested in the in flesh as Jesus.
Hebrews 1:3 says,
Jesus is the express image of His person and the radiance of His glory. Jesus was asked to show the disciples the Father. Jesus said concerning Himself that you have both seen Him and heard Him. Jesus said that I and My Father are one. I only say what My Father says and I only do what the Father does.
Hebrews 1:1 says,
In the days of old God spoke through the prophets to the fathers, but in these last days that God speaks through the Son. Luke 16:16 says that the Law and the prophets were until John. Jesus said that He came to fulfill the Law and the prophets. Luke 24 says that when Jesus was on the road to Emmaus, the disciples were told everything from the Law and prophets that was fulfilled concerning Jesus. Hebrews 10:1 says that Jesus is the fulfillment of all of the Old Testament shadows.
Jesus is Divinity
Philippians 2:6-8 says,
Jesus, being in the form of God, thought it not robbery to be equal with God: But made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men: And being found in fashion as a man, he humbled himself, and became obedient unto death, even the death of the cross.
Jesus is Sinless
Jesus knew no sin. Jesus had no sin. In Jesus there was no sin. There was no guile found in His mouth.
Was Jesus God? Yes!
- Jesus said that He is I AM THAT I AM of Exodus 3 in John 8:58.
- Jesus received worship as God. (Matt. 2:2, 11; 14:33; John 9:35-38; Heb. 1:6)
- Jesus is prayed to as God. (Acts 7:55-60; 1 Cor. 1:2 with Psalm 116:4; John 14:14)
- Jesus forgave sin. (Matt. 9:1-7; Luke 5:20; 7:48)
- Demons are subject to Jesus. (Mark 5)
- Jesus has authority over nature. (Mark 4:35-39) Jesus is seated at the right of the Father in Heaven. Jesus is the one mediator between God and man. (I Timothy 2:5) Jesus is the name above every name and every knee will bow to that name. Jesus is over all things in Heaven and in Earth. Jesus is King of kings and Lord of lords. (Revelation 19)
Cross & Ascension
- Jesus created a spiritual race. (I Corinthians 15) When someone trusts in the finished work of Jesus, they are a new creation in the spirit. They are children of God. The child of God rests in Sabbath rest when they cease from their own works to rest in the finished work of Jesus through faith for salvation. (Hebrews 4)
- Jesus is God in the flesh. Jesus has two natures, human and divine. The divine nature allowed Jesus to be able to live a sinless life of obedience unto the death on a cross. Jesus became the curse for us. (Galatians 3:13) Jesus nailed the Law to the cross that was against us and triumphed over the devil. (Colossians 2:14-18) Jesus as a human was able to take our sins upon His body as a sinless offering to take our judgement. (Romans 8:2) Jesus body was rent to make a new and living way into the most holy place in Heaven. Jesus went into Abraham’s bosom in the bowels of the Earth to lead captivity of the Old Testament Saints on high. (Ephesians 4) Jesus’ body was not left in death to see corruption. (Acts 2:27) Since Jesus did not sin, he was able to take up His life again. Jesus rose from the dead in the same body with the wounds. (John 20:27) Forty days later Jesus ascended into Heaven. Jesus will return in the same way that they watched Jesus ascend. (Acts 1:9-11)