Jesus is called the Messiah in New Testament. In fact, every time the bible mentions “Jesus Christ,” it is referring to Jesus as the Messiah, since Christ means “Messiah” or “Anointed One.” The Old Testament predicts the Messiah, and the New Testament reveals the Messiah to be Jesus of Nazareth. There are several things that the Jewish people who anticipated the Messiah expected Him to be, based on Old Testament prophecies. In this passage, we explore how Jesus is revealed to be that anticipated Messiah.
The doctrine of the Trinity is unique to the Christian faith. It sets Christianity apart from all other religions. It is a foundational truth of the Bible. No one can be saved without believing and embracing this beautiful doctrine of God. In this sermon, we look at this doctrine and also learn how the truth of the Trinity is embedded in scriptures right from the book of Genesis.
Who is Jesus? Is he human? Is he divine? Or is he both? Why does it matter to believe in the complete humanity and divinity of Christ? This sermon answers these questions.