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Who Is Jesus?

Who is Jesus? Why It’s Important to Know!
We live in an age of religious pluralism and moral relativism. The popular spiritual philosophy, especially after the events of September 11th, is that all religious belief systems, as long as heart-felt, are equal. Pick one and follow it sincerely, and you’ll get to Heaven. That’s what the world believes, but Jesus teaches otherwise. Therefore, we need to examine who Jesus is by looking at some of the questions people frequently ask about Him. The answers are found in the 
Bible, the historical evidence people have trusted for over 2000 years.

Who is Jesus and was he 100% Man

According to John 1:14, Jesus became flesh and made His dwelling among us. Why is His humanity so important? In Hebrews 4:15, Jesus was tempted in every way, just as we are. As such, he can sympathize with our weakness as humans. What can we learn from the way he handled temptation? According to 1 John 3:5, Jesus came to earth in human form so that He could die a physical death and take away our sins. How would we all be affected, if we had no potential for escape from our sins?

Jesus is the key to membership in God’s family. When He stooped to our level by becoming a man, He made it possible for us to relate to Him and for God to relate to us through Him.

Jesus Was 100% God
Who is Jesus, and how was it possible that Christ’s human body held the whole deity and glory of God?

According to John 1:1-3, Jesus existed from the beginning. From the beginning, Jesus was with God, and Jesus was God. Here, the Bible establishes the inseparable nature of Jesus and the God of the Universe. The following verses provide further evidence that Jesus is 100% God:

Jesus is the key to membership in God’s family. When He established His deity by rising from the grave, He made it possible for us to have forgiveness from sin and a renewed relationship with God.

Is Jesus the Way to Heaven?
Who is Jesus and why is He the only path to salvation?

In John 14:6, Jesus declares: “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” Why is it important to know that NO other religious leaders throughout history have ever made these claims? According to Ephesians 2:8-9, “For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith – and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God – not by works, so that no one can boast.” How does this contrast with other world religions which are based on “works” versus faith in Jesus and the resurrection? If we can’t build a relationship with God by doing good deeds or repeating rituals, what must we do? Acts 4:12 is clear, “Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to men by which we must be saved.”


  1. Sherry Perkins

    In the Question regarding Jesus humanity, you asked ‘What can we learn from the way he handled temptation?’ I think it is important to recognize how the man Jesus handled temptation was by being filled with the Word of God ~ It is written. If the Living Word’s first message regarding temptation was USE ME THE LIVING WORD TO OVERCOME AND DEFEAT THE DEVIL ~ we too must meet temptation in the same manner!

  2. Sherry Perkins

    I think the second paragraph beautifully stated the inseparable nature of the triune Oneness of God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. Jesus surrounded His deity in the womb of the virgin; his life was the perfection of a man (or woman) fully passionately engaged in an imitate relationship with The Father! The presence of the Holy Spirit upon Jesus was the result of that intimacy. In the old testament the Holy Spirit came and went on an individual as God moved. Jesus concluded the Old Testament by carrying the Holy Spirit on Himself in Glory and Power as the Only begotten of the Father! It is mind blowing how complex the Sovereign King has from the foundations of the earth designed such an amazing manner in which to introduce His son to us! Just the most beautiful mind blowing thing!

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