Jesus Gives the Kingdom
Jesus Gives Himself
Jesus Sets Free
Jesus Prays and Intercedes
Jesus Reveals Himself
Jesus Knocks on the Door of Your Heart
Jesus Offers Fellowship
Jesus, the Revelation of God
Jesus is the revelation of God (John 1:1-13).
He is “the image of the invisible God” (Colossians 1:15).
He is “the fullness of the Godhead in bodily form” (Colossians 2:9).
He is “the radiance of God’s glory and the exact representation of His nature” (Hebrews 1:3).
The only true God has revealed Himself as the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
It is simple – and yet an eternal mystery.
God is the perfect God and Father.
He loves the world so much, that gave His only Son to die for the world, to save mankind.
He gave everything to His Son Jesus Christ and exalted Him to be equal with Himself. And “of the increase of His government and peace there will be no end . . .” (Isaiah 9:7).
Jesus is the perfect Son. He gave Himself to the world to save mankind. He came to earth and suffered and died for the life of the world.
Jesus has given everything to His people, the church, the saints (John 17:22 & more).
When someone goes to God the Father, He points to Jesus, who said: “’I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me’” (John 14:6).
Jesus also said: “. . . that all should honor the Son just as they honor the Father” (John 5:23).
When someone goes to Jesus, He says, “’I and My Father are one’” (John 10:30).
And Jesus points to the Father and says, “My Father . . . is greater than all” and “My Father is greater than I” (John 10:29, John 14:28).
Jesus, the Image of the Invisible God
Another anointed summary of Jesus Christ is in Colossians 1.
Jesus “is the image of the invisible God” (Colossians 1:15).
He is the visible representation of the unseen God.
Again, God is so powerful, He Himself could not come to the earth to save man.
From the foundation of the world, He had the perfect plan: He would send His Son, who is the exact representation and image of Him.
Other translations Colossians 1:15:
“Christ is the visible image of the invisible God” (NLT).
“Christ is the visible representation of the invisible God” (Weymouth).
“He who is the image of The Unseen God” (Aramaic Plain).
“Christ is the visible likeness of the invisible God” (Good News).
“Christ is exactly like God, who cannot be seen” (CEV).