The Revelation Of The Lord Jesus Christ

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“In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God, and the Word was God” (John 1:1 KJV). This familiar passage of scripture recorded in the Gospel of John indicates the deity and or preexistence of Jesus Christ prior to time as we know it and before the creation of earth. The strongest proof that the Lord Jesus Christ is God are the divine attributes, divine names, divine works, divine worship, divine claims and divine relationship ascribed to Him. Jesus himself also made claims which could only have been made by God. He said He was one with God in John 10:30 and that “I and my Father are one.” In verse 38 of the same chapter it states”…believe that the Father is in me, and I in Him.” He claimed to love as God the Father Loves in Matthew 10:37, 38. These periscopes declare for us a oneness, interconnectedness and mutual divine status within these texts. For Jesus to accept such claims, worship, names and works as ascribed or attributed to Him, if He were not God, would be blasphemy. For a saint to have such claims or have accepted such homage to this degree would have been a sin worthy of death. Jesus ministry was to save mankind from their sins, to destroy the works of the devil and to fulfill the Old Testament. Luke 19:10 tells us that the Son of man has come to seek and save that which was lost. Kwok Pui Lan is an Asian feminist wrestles the very notion of Christology as being to anthropocentric, partially due to the fact that there is no word in the
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