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Moments For You

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What’s In A Name?

In the days when the Bible was being written, the Israelites often chose names for their babies based on the child’s character or appearance. For example, Esau means “hairy” and Korah is from a word that means “bald.” Some babies were named because of an incident at their birth. Other... Read more →

The Name of Jesus

The name Jesus means “Jehovah our Savior.” It is the New Testament equivalent of the Hebrew name Joshua, Yeshua, or Hoshea. While others wore these names to honor God, Jesus bore His name as the Savior-God that the New Testament says He was. It’s important for us to see that... Read more →

The Lamb of God

“The next day John seeth Jesus coming unto him, and saith, Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world” (John 1:29). Why is Jesus Called a Lamb? A lamb is an emblem of patience, meekness, and gentleness. You cannot provoke a lamb, nor did you... Read more →

The Son of God

Jesus said, “I am the Son of God” (John 10:36). What does that claim mean to you? Does this “I am” statement change your life? Does it affect your world today? Does it change the way you do business, the way you treat your family, the way you follow the... Read more →

The Son of Man

“Ye shall see heaven open, and the angels of God ascending and descending upon the Son of Man” (John 1:51). This chapter abounds in striking names and titles for our Lord: the Word, the Light, the Only-begotten of the Father, the Christ, the Lamb of God, the Master, Son of... Read more →

Jesus is the Christ

“When he [King Herod] had gathered all the chief priests and scribes of the people together, he demanded of them where Christ should be born” (Matthew 2:4). “Christ” is the Greek translation of the Hebrew term Messiah, which means “the Anointed One.” In Old Testament times, anointing signified being set... Read more →

The Lord Jesus Christ

The writers of the New Testament use various combinations of the name “Jesus” along with His primary titles “Lord” and “Christ.” Do these combinations all convey the same meaning, or are there nuances for us to discover? Jesus Christ Scripture does not use words loosely or at random, but with... Read more →

Jesus is Lord

Generally speaking, a lord is someone with authority, control, or power over others. In Jesus’ day the word lord was often used as a title of respect toward earthly authorities. When the leper called Jesus “Lord” in Matthew 8:2, he was showing Jesus respect as a healer and teacher. However,... Read more →

Who is Jesus to You?

To the architect, He is the Chief Cornerstone 1 Peter 2:6 To the artist, He is the Altogether Lovely One Song of Solomon 5:16 To the astronomer, He is the Sun of Righteousness Malachi 4:2 To the baker, He is the Bread of Life John 6:35 To the banker, He... Read more →

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