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Jesus Christ Immanuel of Nazareth, Messiah, and Saviour of the whole world
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The book of Revelation 1:8 says of God, Jesus Christ of Nazareth and the Holy Spirit, “I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.”. In the light of this idea of God being in the past, present and future, this book will shine the light of God’s only begotten Son, Jesus Christ of Nazareth, of the New Testament writings, and spoken of by the Old Testament prophets, on whom God, the Father is, whom Jesus Christ of Nazareth is, and whom the Holy Spirit of God is (Matt. 28:19, 20). And how God relates to us all, through the Old Testament prophets, law and history; through Jesus Christ of Nazareth, prophesied of in the Old Testament and testified of in the New Testament, and through God, the Father’s, Holy Spirit given to all whom receive Him, in the name of God’s only begotten Son, Jesus Christ Immanuel of Nazareth. Alleluia and praise the LORD. Amen and Amen. The main focus of this book will be about Jesus Christ of Nazareth and how He has fulfilled the Biblical scriptures, both New Testament and Old, but also the prophetic significance of how He will continue to fulfill the Scriptures in this world, and in the “world to come”, God willing. Alleluia and praise the LORD. Amen and Amen.
With this all being said, I must acknowledge some things that will be addressed in the chapters to come, namely our sins and blindness of the truth of whom God really is. It says in the book of Revelation that sin has reached to heaven (Rev. 18:5). But Jesus says if a man asks you to walk a mile with him, walk with him two (Matt. 5:41). It can be challenging in this world to place our trust in God, and it can even be a challenge to believe that God is really good and loving based on our own life experience and the witnessing of the corruption of the world around us, at least of the date of writing this book in 2019 A.D.. That all being said, there is a place that God dwells in called the “Most Holy Place”, this place physically was the “Most Holy Place”, the inner chamber, in the tabernacle in the wilderness and in the first and second temple built in Jerusalem (Ex. 26:34, 1 Kings 6:16, Ezek. 41:4). But it also always has been, is and always will be God, through His Holy Spirit dwelling in our own body, mind and soul (John 2:21, 1 Cor. 3:16, 17; Jude 1:20, 21). My point is that, if we believe, there is a place that sin has never been, but God dwells there. Alleluia and praise the LORD. Amen and Amen. So when reading through this book, consider what I have written, and what the Biblical scriptures say, but most importantly, go to that place that is “Most Holy”, in your own mind, or wherever you believe it is, and ask God for yourself, what is the truth of the matter? As Jesus Christ of Nazareth said, “…the truth shall make you free.” (John 8:32). Alleluia and praise the LORD. Amen and Amen.
Last, Jesus admonishes us to “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find …” (Matt. 7:7). This book has Old Testament scripture quotes, interpretations, and New Testament scripture comparisons, with some reference proofs. I have attempted to develop some sort of a flow and purpose to all of the comparisons, and generally, it is an attempt to bring to light some of the possible character traits and life experience of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, using Old Testament scriptures that have not been addressed before, at least to my knowledge. As Jesus said of Himself in the scriptures, “Search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me.” (John 5:39). I am not sure if this is a command or not, but I do not suppose it could hurt to try and learn about Jesus from all of the Scriptures, both New and Old Testament. I have also attempted to “harmonize” some of the New and Old Testament scriptures, regarding Jesus’ life experience. As I have learned from studying that each person has a deferring point of view on any given situation, and we need to take these different perspectives into consideration when understanding the “full” picture of whom Jesus, was, is and is to be (Rev. 4:8). That being said, as with my other writing, I have used this same method to address other historical and secular references outside of the Holy Bible to enhance the readers experience and understanding of whom Jesus Christ of Nazareth, God, the Father, and the Holy Spirit are and Their relevance to us all here on earth today. To God be the glory. Alleluia and praise the LORD. Amen and Amen.