Happy Resurrection Day to you!!! May your salvation be secure in Jesus Christ, our Messiah and Savior, the risen Lord of Lords and King of Kings! Praise be to God! Let’s all celebrate our hope in Jesus today together!!😄❤
No other name is as sweet or thrills my heart so immediately as the precious name of Jesus Christ/Messiah, my Lord and Savior. His name is powerful when combined with trust and faith in Him. Demons leave, strong are broken, weak are strengthened, proud are humbled and humbled are uplifted. Bridges of holiness are immediately erected that allow a way to God the Father, the Holy One. The name of Jesus Christ is the most powerful name anywhere.
Jesus Christ is the sweetest name. He advocates for us, fights for us, asks for more chances, asks for our forgiveness, pleads our case with love and devotion of a husband for His bride. I never tire of it and it brings comfort to the crushed and encouragement to the downtrodden. Yes, His name is the sweetest name I know.
Jesus Christ is the most glorious name I know. He has the glory and honor of One who died for the lost and rose for them to be found. He envelopes and exhibits the beauty of His own creation, the splendor of the world, animals and people He designed and made. He is magnificent and His name is glorious.
Jesus Christ is my Lord, the beautiful One. And I pray today as I fast that He is your Lord and that you accept His love also. Praise be to Jesus Christ, our Messiah and Savior and Lord.❤
Matthew 1:1. “This is the genealogy of Jesus the Messiah the son of David, the son of Abraham:”
Matthew 1:18. “This is how the birth of Jesus the Messiah came about : His mother Mary was pledged to be married to Joseph, but before they came together, she was found to be pregnant through the Holy Spirit.”
Mark 1:1. “The beginning of the good news about Jesus the Messiah, the Son of God,”
One valuable fact I learned in Bible college is this: in the Bible, the way they declare importance is my repetition. If something is stated, pay attention. If it is repeated, pay more attention. If it is repeated a third time, it is like exclamation points. So never miss that. Challenge: re-read your Bible or do a search of repetitions and grow in your understanding.❤
What a precious name. Not to everyone, unfortunately, but it is not He who dictates this. People decide for themselves. That option is in keeping with love, His greatest facet, His make-up. So people are very free to accept Jesus Christ as Messiah and Savior or reject Him. Many reject Him because they see acceptance as limiting their desires or importance when the opposite is actually true. Salvation is freedom and eternal security. It is spiritual advancement into an eternal reward. In this life (spiritual and physical), peace and joy, even amidst persecution. In the next life (spiritual) which is certain to come after death of our bodies, eternal life in harmony and presence of God and those who are saved. Crying, limitations, sadness, enmity, hate, evil all gone. Sounds fantastic, doesn’t it? I declare from experience that any closeness to Jesus Christ brings closeness to eternal bliss. Hope is His exclusively. Jesus Christ, many call Him Yeshua, is the way, truth and life. He is the bridge between physical and spiritual. What a beautiful, precious, powerful, wonderful name! It is a name that produced faith and reason in this thinking doctor’s scientific mind for He made it. He owns everything yet came as a servant. He owes us nothing but gave everything. This is His measure of love for me, for you. There is plenty of love and hope for everyone He made. He wants us all with Him, following the higher way of love rather than base selfishness and greed/lust. Jesus Christ is the way to do this, the only way. People say it is narrow-minded to think so. The opposite is true. All are invited. Every single person is precious to Him. Everyone is welcome. ❤
“Let us praise the Lord, the God of Israel, because he has come to help his people and has given them freedom. He has given us a powerful Savior from the family of God’s servant David. He said that he would do this through his holy prophets who lived long ago:” Luke 1:68-70