Pastor Jay Randolph (STAFF)
Lord Jesus Christ, Savior, Son of God, Redeemer, Jehovah
And that at about the same time, Isaiah 7:14 said that the Christ would be born of a virgin?
Or that a prophecy made in 1012 B.C. specified that the Messiah's hands and feet would eventually be pierced--a clear reference to death by crucifixion--800 years before the Romans ever even instituted crucifixion as a form of capital punishment!
Malachi 3:1, penned in about 425 B.C., specified that the Messiah would be contemporary with the temple in Jerusalem--a temple that was destroyed in 70 A.D. and has never been rebuilt.
Well, if all this impresses you even a little bit, you ought to go compare Zechariah 11:11-13
A number of years ago, Peter W. Stoner and Robert C. Newman wrote a book
That's 1 in 100, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000.
The New Testament is a unified whole: the Gospels present the life and work of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Messiah; the Epistles explain the meaning and scope of Jesus’ work and apply it to daily living. For example, Matthew 28 narrates the fact of Jesus’ resurrection, and 1 Corinthians 15 explains the significance of His resurrection. Mark 15:38 tells of the temple veil being torn in two when Jesus died; Hebrews 10:11-23 reveals the import of that event. The same Holy Spirit who inspired the Gospels also inspired the Epistles to give us a fuller understanding of God’s plan of salvation.
Several years ago a paper from United States Senate Chaplain Richard Halverson. In it he wrote:“The fact is, the birth, crucifixion, and bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ are celebrated worldwide by folk of every race, language, and color, every year. And believing in Jesus, they have been delivered from the most evil, disastrous, frustrating, debilitating habits and life forms possible.
The real problem with Jesus Christ is not that folk can't believe in Him,
Pastor Jay Randolph
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“The Christian does not think God will love us because we are good, but that God will make us good because He loves us.” — C.S. Lewis