Who is Jesus? Titles of Jesus – the Christ,
the Anointed, the Messiah, Yeshua ha Mashiakh, We will speak of Jesus from the Gospels, and
of the letters were handwritten by his disciples, everything was written in the first century. We have almost 5000* copies of these documents, which gives us credibility of the source. Lilibeth: Who is Jesus? Jesus, the Christ, is the Lord! Peter: But what does Christ mean? Interesting question Peter, take a look what
we have in this sentence: Jesus, the Christ, is the Lord! Jesus
Lord Let’s talk about Christ and Jesus. Christ The word “Christ” has its origin in the Greek,
Χριστός. “Christ” appears in the New Testament more
than 500 times. Christ means “the Anointed One” or ‘who
is anointed, separated’, Lord’s servant. In the Old Testament, the word used for the
Anointed has its origin from the Hebrew מָשִׁיחַ‎ mashíakh,, or Messiah in English. Messiah appears almost 5 thousand times in
the Old Testament. In the Old Testament, when God chose a king,
a priest, or a judge when the person was appointed and separated for the role, the validation
of that role would have occurred through anointing with oil, which was usually done by a prophet. We can see this when Samuel anointed David
as king in first Samuel 16:13. So Samuel took the horn of oil and anointed
(מָשַׁח – mashach) him in the presence of his brothers, and from that day on the
Spirit of the Lord came powerfully upon David. Samuel then went to Ramah. Thus, when the title of Anointed of the Lord
is attributed to Jesus, the Christ, we realise that God sent his Son into the
world, as separate, anointed to accomplish a mission, a task appointed by God. Jesus himself, reading the text of Isaiah
in the synagogue, makes this statement. Luke 4:18
‘The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me
to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the
prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind,
to set the oppressed free, It is interesting to note that the anointing
of Jesus occurs through the Holy Spirit of God and not through the oil. Still, Jesus himself, when he has talked to
a Samaritan woman, declares: John 4 26 Then Jesus told her, “I Am the Messiah!”
– New Living Translation Well, until now we understand that Jesus is
the Christ. Christ is the same that Messiah. The first
in Greek the second in Hebraic. The Messiah awaited by the nation of Israel.
The Christ proclaimed by the prophets of the sixth or seventh centuries, before his incarnation.
These prophets gave precise details about their birth and death.
Whose prophecies were all fulfilled through the person of Jesus, the Christ, the Messiah. And this with precise details as to his birth, the circumstances and reason for his death, and his claims. Jesus, the Christ is the Lord. Son of God, He is the one who came from the heavens, became one of us in the womb of the Virgin Mary, assumed our humanity, He walked on the earth, He surrendered to
the cross for our sins, Jesus rose again from the dead, Christ ascended
to heaven. Jesus is seated to the right of God, He is waiting to judge the living and the dead. Forever Jesus reigns with his people in the
new heaven and the new earth, where righteousness dwells. Peter But what does Jesus mean? Jesus Iēsoús – Jesus is a proper name, the transliteration
of the Hebrew יְהוֹשׁוּעַ (Yehoshua) Yehoshua from two Hebraic words-
The tetragram Yhvh Yahweh Yasha – it’s a verb – to deliver, to save
Then, Jesus, Yehoshua means “Yahweh saves”,
“Yahweh is salvation”, “the LORD is salvation.” Jesus, the Christ, the Messiah, the Anointed
One – Yeshua Ha Mashiakh Remember, it’s time to break paradigms and
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