And then, just as quickly, the clouds returned, leaving us to walk by faith, not by sight.
What does Messiah mean?"
Messiah comes from the Hebrew word mashiach and means “anointed one” or “chosen one.” The Greek equivalent is the word Christos or, in English, Christ. The name “Jesus Christ” is the same as “Jesus the Messiah.”
Jesus of Nazareth was and is the prophesied Messiah (Luke 4:17–21; John 4:25–26).
We also hear testimonies that Jesus is “the Messiah, the Son of the living God” (Matthew 16:16). The ultimate evidence that Jesus is indeed the promised Messiah, the Anointed One, is His resurrection from the dead.
Acts 10:39–43 is an eyewitness testimony to His resurrection and the fact that “he is the one whom God appointed as judge of the living and the dead.”
His resurrection from the dead. Acts 10:39–43 is an eyewitness testimony to His resurrection and the fact that “he is the one whom God appointed as judge of the living and the dead.”
Jesus fulfills the role of Prophet, Priest, and King, which is further evidence to His being the Messiah. He is a prophet, because He embodied and preached the Word of God (see John 1:1–18; 14:24; and Luke 24:19);
a priest, because His death atones for our sins and reconciles us to the Father (see Hebrews 2:17; 4:14);
and a king, because after His resurrection God gave all authority to Him (see John 18:36; Ephesians 1:20–23; and Revelation 19:16).
Together we CAN, in Jesus name Amen✝
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@biblebite 📸 = godofhope.net 📖Philippians 4 vs 19:
'And this same God who takes care of me will supply all your needs from his glorious riches, which have been given to us in Christ Jesus.'
Its so easy to forget that God is, well, God. That he holds us as more precious than anything else in the universe, and cares about ever little detail of our lives, including those things that bring us worry, those things that burden us (📖 Matthew 11 vs 28-30).
He will supply all our needs, that's All of them. Our financial, emotional, relational and spiritual. Our heavenly father wants to, and will, take care of us. No matter what circumstance or position we find ourselves in, whether heartbrake, loss, dissapointment, physical need or material want. He is here, he is watching, and he is providing without us even noticing it.
The same God who provided for and lead all the great men and women in the Bible, those we read about in biographies... will provide for us too. He knows us better than we know ourselves and will look after us (📖 Luke 12 vs 6-7) because he loves us (📖 Jeremiah 31 vs 3). We are His children (📖 1 John 3 vs 1) and we can trust Him to provide for all our needs.
God bless you guys, lots of love, Pete. 📖🙏🏻❤️