Jesus : The God Of God

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MESSIAHSHIP OF JESUS

There have been many ways in which people have called Jesus: a prophet, a priest, an impostor, a holy man, a master, a philosopher, The Christ, the Son of God, etc. but the true meaning behind His name will only be determined by the faith and revelation.
Scholars on this subject have tried to search the truth among the Scriptures, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and other canonic books. One thing that it is found in common is the coming of a messiah, a chosen man by God who will change the world. When God created humankind, He placed in the Eden, His primeval messiah, and he was appointed to represent Him on earth, but Adam failed to God and made the human race guilty of all sins against its Creator. God in His mercy heart gave to humans a second chance, He sent himself as His own son, to redeem the humankind from this falling. In addition, the prophecies affirm that a messiah will come and all people who believed in Him will be set free.
In the Old Testament, there are many passages where Jesus is present in the events and the predictions written there, and even King David predicted His resurrection back in 1000 B.C. Furthermore, there is another occasion in which Jesus is present when Nebuchadnezzar threw Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego into a furnace of blazing fire and a fourth men with the appearance of a god appeared among them (Dan 3:24-26).
Some predictions are found in Num 24:15-19, when referring to the one who hears the words of God, and knows the…

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