He it was who said in John 5: These are the Scriptures that testify about me. Did not Christ have to suffer these things and then enter his glory? Even King David predicted the resurrection of Jesus back in B.
The Prince of Peace. The Wonderful Four-Faced Man. Jesus as revealed as the forth Man in the fiery furnace, always in the midst of His people. The Baptizer with the Holy Ghost and Fire. The Mighty to Save Jonah: Our Great Foreign Missionary. The Messenger with Beautiful Feet.
He is Our Savior. The Fountain in the House of David. The Sun of Righteousness. Jesus revealed as the long awaited Messiah, Who follows the path of obedience and righteousness, fully expecting His disciples to do the same.
Jesus as revealed as the Son of God, clearly and divinely identified in His sonship, Who proclaims the Kingdom of God. Jesus as revealed as the Son of Man, both revealing and concealing His messiahship, relating Himself to both God and man. Jesus is the Redeemer, Life, and Light of the World.
Jesus and the Birth of the Church.
Jesus and the Conduct of the Christian in the Church 2 Corinthians: Jesus and the Believer as a New Creation. Jesus and Justification by Faith. Jesus and the Believer Imitating Christ.
Jesus and the Second Coming. Jesus and the End Times. Jesus and False Doctrines.
Jesus and False Teachings. Jesus and False Teachers. Jesus, the Preeminent Revelation of God. Jesus and Christian Living.Jesus in the Old Testament. By Walter C. Kaiser, Jr., Ph.D., President Emeritus.
There is no finer teacher on whether Jesus is to be found in the pages of the Old Testament than the teaching of our Lord Jesus . The Old Testament (abbreviated OT) is the first part of Christian Bibles, based primarily upon the Hebrew Bible (or Tanakh), a collection of ancient religious writings by the Israelites [need quotation to verify] believed by most Christians and religious Jews to be the sacred Word of God.
The second part of the Christian Bible is the New Testament.. The books that comprise the Old Testament. Why Jesus could not be the Messiah of the Old Testament.
Christians are fond of claiming that Jesus fulfilled Old Testament messianic prophecies. This article lists many references to the Old Testament found on the lips of Jesus in the Gospels.
They have been organized by the three divisions of the Old Testament: Torah (Five Books of Moses), Prophets (or Nevi’im), and Writings (or Ketuvim).
We could cite many reasons for the Old Testament being God’s Word, but the strongest argument comes from the Lord Jesus himself.
As God in human flesh, Jesus speaks with final authority. And his testimony regarding the Old Testament is loud and clear. Jesus believed that the Old Testament was. In other words, Jesus is present throughout the Torah and the Major and Minor prophet books in the Old Testament.
In these pages we find both hope and help: God is providing for our instruction, endurance, encouragement, and, ultimately, our hope.