Jesus Almighty

Jesus is Almighty전지전능하신 예수님 耶蘇是全能Jesus ist Almighty Jesus est tout-puissantJesus es todopoderosoイエス?キリストは万能であるjesus e almighty

** 성경은 그를 어떻게 칭하는가?
What is called Jesus in the Bible?


1. 하나님에게서 난 자.(Whosoever believeth that Jesus is born of God)[요일 1 John 5:1, 요일1 John3:9, 고전 1 Corinthians1:30]

2. 성령에게서 난 자.(born of the Spirit)[요, John3:6]

3. 하나님의 아들.(the sons of God)[요일 1 John 3:1-2, 1 John 요1:12, 롬 Rome 8:14]

4. 하나님의 아들딸.(ye shall be my sons and daughters)[고후 2 Corinthians 6:18]

5. 하나님의 자녀.(the children of God)[갈Galatians3:26, 롬Rome8:16-17, 요John3:10, 눅Luke20:36 등etc.]

6. 하나님의 상속자이자 그리스도와 공동 상속자.(heirs of God, and joint-heirs with Christ)[롬Rome8:17]

7. 부활의 자녀.(the children of the resurrection)[눅Luke20:36]

8. 하나님의 소유.(they are thine)[요John17:9]

9. 하나님께서 택하신 자.(God's elect)[롬Rome8:33, 골Collosians3:12, 살전 1 Thessalonians1:4, 벧전1 Peter1:2, 딛Titus1:1]

10. 택함 받은 세대.(a chosen generation)[벧전1 Peter2:9 / 엡Ephesians1:4]

11. 의의 종.(the servants of righteousness)[롬Rome6:18]

12. 하나님의 종.(servants to God)[롬Rome6:22]

13. 성령을 좇아 걷는 자.(who walk ... after the Spirit)[롬Rome8:1]

14. 하나님의 성전.(the temple of God)[고전1 Corinthians3:16, 고전Corinthians6:16]

15. 왕가의 제사장.(a royal priesthood)[벧전1 Peter2:9, 벧전1 Peter2:5, 계Revelation1:6]

16. 왕.(king)[계Revelation1:6, 계Revelation5:10]

17. 거룩한 민족.(an holy nation)[벧전1 Peter2:9]

18. 그리스도와 정혼한 순결한 처녀.(a chaste virgin to Christ)[고후2 Corinthians11:2]

19. 특별한 백성.(a peculiar people)[벧전1 Peter2:9]

20. 하나님의 백성.(my people)[고후2 Corinthians6:16]

21. 동료 시민.(fellowcitizens with the saints)[엡Ephesians2:19]

22. 하나님의 집안에 속한 자.(the household of God)[엡Ephesians2:19]

23. 믿음의 식구.(the household of faith)[갈Galatians6:10]

24. 그리스도의 양.(My sheep)[요John10:27]

25. 새로운 피조물.(a new creature)[고후2 Corinthians5:17]

26. 세상의 빛.(the light of the world / light in the Lord)[마Matthew5:14, 엡Ephesians5:8]

27. 빛의 자녀.(children of light)[엡Ephesians5:8]

28. 땅의 소금.(the salt of the earth)[마Matthew5:13]

29. 하나님의 건물.(God's building)[고전1 Corinthians3:9]

30. 긍휼의 그릇.(the vessels of mercy)[롬Rome9:23]

31. 하나님의 집의 그릇.(vessels)[딤후2 Timothy2:20]

32. 하나님의 농사일.(God's husbandry)[고전1 Corinthians 3:9]

    - 박노찬 글에서 by Park, No-Chan


* More about Jesus in the Bible 계속 해서 말씀 안에서 증거되는 예수님



다음은 웹싸이트에서 발췌한 부분 입니다.
Following this is from www.ccci.org

* His Coming Foretold

Hundreds of years before Jesus' birth, the Old Testament of the Bible recorded the words of the prophets of Israel predicting His coming. The Old Testament, written by many people over a period of 1,500 years, contains more than 300 prophecies describing His appearance. All of these details came true, including his miraculous birth, His sinless life, His many miracles, His death and His resurrection.
The life Jesus led, the miracles He did, the words He spoke, His death on the cross, His resurrection, His ascent to heaven - all point to the fact that He was not merely man, but more than man. Jesus claimed, "I and the Father are One" (John 10:30), "He who has seen Me has seen the Father" (John 14:9), and "I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father except through Me." (John 14:6).


* His Life and Message


Look at the life and influence of Jesus of Nazareth throughout history and you will see that Jesus Christ was in fact the living Son of God. He and His message always produce great changes in the lives of men and of nations. Wherever His teachings and influence have gone, the holiness of marriage has been emphasized, women's rights and voice in society have been acknowledged; schools and universities of higher learning have been established; laws to protect children have been made; slavery has been abolished; and a multitude of other changes have been made for the good of mankind.
Individual lives are also dramatically changed. For example, Lew Wallace, a famous general and literary genius, was a known atheist. For two years, Mr. Wallace studied in the leading libraries of Europe and America, seeking information that would forever destroy Christianity. While writing the second chapter of a book he planned to write, he suddenly found himself on his knees crying out to Jesus, "My Lord and my God!"

Because of solid indisputable evidence, he could no longer deny that Jesus Christ was the Son of God. Later, Lew Wallace wrote the book Ben Hur, one of the greatest English novels ever written concerning the time of Christ.

Similarly, the late C.S. Lewis, professor at Oxford University in England, was an agnostic who denied the deity of Christ for years. But he, too, in intellectual honesty, submitted to Jesus as his God and Savior after studying the overwhelming evidence for His deity.


Lord, Liar or Lunatic?

In his famous book Mere Christianity, Lewis makes this statement, "A man who was merely a man and said the sort of things Jesus said would not be a great moral teacher. He would either be a lunatic - on the level with a man who says he is a poached egg - or he would be the devil of hell. You must take your choice. Either this was, and is, the Son of God, or else a madman or something worse. You can shut Him up for a fool or you can fall at His feet and call Him Lord and God. But let us not come with any patronizing nonsense about His being a great human teacher. He has not left that open to us." Who is Jesus of Nazareth to you? Your life on this earth and for all of eternity is affected by your answer to this question.

All other religions were founded by human beings and are based on man-made philosophies, rules and norms for behavior. Take the founders of these religions out of both their disciplines and practices of worship and little would change. But take Jesus Christ out of Christianity, and there would be nothing left. Biblical Christianity is not just a philosophy of life, nor an ethical standard, nor obedience to religious ritual. True Christianity is based on a vital, personal relationship with a Risen Founder who is our living Savior and Lord.


* A Risen Founder


Jesus of Nazareth was crucified on a cross, buried in a borrowed grave, and three days later was raised from the dead; Christianity is unique in this regard. Any argument for the validity of Christianity depends on the proof of the resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth. Throughout the centuries, most great scholars who have considered the proofs of the resurrection have believed, and still believe, that Jesus is alive. After examining the evidence for the resurrection given by the Gospel writers, the late Simon Greenleaf, the famous Royall professor of law and an authority on legal issues at Harvard Law School, concluded; "It was therefore impossible that they could have persisted in affirming the truths they have narrated, had not Jesus actually risen from the dead, and had they not known this fact as certainly as they knew any other fact." His conclusion led to his decision to accept Jesus as the Messiah promised in his Old Testament scriptures.

John Singleton Copley, recognized as one of the greatest legal minds in British history, commented: "I know pretty well what evidence is; and I tell you, such evidence as that for the resurrection has never broken down yet."

The resurrection is central to the faith of a Christian. There are many reasons why those who study the resurrection believe it is true.




* Reason for Belief

FORETOLD: First, Jesus Himself foretold His death and resurrection - and His death and resurrection came about exactly as He had predicted (see Luke 18:31-33).

THE EMPTY GRAVE: Second, the resurrection is the only plausible explanation for His empty grave. A careful reading of the biblical story shows that the grave where they laid the body of Jesus was closely guarded by Roman soldiers and sealed with an enormous boulder (Matthew 27:62-66). If, as some have claimed, Jesus was not dead, but only weakened, the guards and the stone would have stopped his escape - or any rescue attempt by His followers. Jesus' enemies would never have taken the body since His body missing from the grave would only serve to encourage belief in His resurrection.

PERSONAL ENCOUNTERS: Third, the resurrection is the only explanation for the appearances of Jesus Christ to His disciples. After His resurrection, Jesus appeared at least ten times to those who had known Him and to as many as 500 people at one time. The Lord proved that these appearances were not hallucinations: He ate and talked with them and they touched Him. (see I John 1:1 ff)

BIRTH OF THE CHURCH: Fourth, the resurrection is the only reasonable explanation for the beginning of the Christian church. The Christian church is by far the largest institution that exists or has ever existed in the history of the world. More than half of the first sermon ever preached had to do with the resurrection (Acts 2:14-36). Obviously, the early church knew that this was the basis of its message. The enemies of Jesus and His followers could have stopped them at any time by simply producing Jesus' body.

TRANSFORMED LIVES: Fifth, the resurrection is the only logical explanation for the transformed lives of the disciples. They deserted Him before His resurrection; after His death they were discouraged and fearful. They did not expect Jesus to rise from the dead (Luke 24:1-11). Yet after His resurrection and their experience at Pentacost, these same discouraged, disappointed men and women were transformed by the mighty power of the risen Christ. In His name, they turned the world upside down. Many lost their lives for their faith; others were terribly persecuted. Their courageous behavior does not make sense apart from their conviction that Jesus Christ was truly raised from the dead - a fact worth dying for.

In 40 years of working with the intellectuals of the university world, I (Dr.Bill Bright) have yet to meet a person who has honestly considered the overwhelming evidence proving the Deity and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth who does not admit that He is the Son of God, the promised Messiah. While some do not believe, they are honest in confessing, "I have not taken the time to read the Bible or to consider the historical facts about Jesus." A LIVING LORD: Because of Jesus' resurrection, His true followers do not merely observe the ethical code of a dead founder, but rather have a vital, personal relationship with the living Lord. Jesus Christ lives today and faithfully blesses and enriches the lives of all those who trust and obey Him. Throughout the centuries, multitudes have acknowledged the worthiness of Jesus Christ, including many who have greatly influenced the world.

French physicist and philosopher Blaise Pascal spoke of man's need for Jesus when he said, "There is a God-shaped vacuum in the heart of every man, which only God can fill through His Son Jesus Christ."

Do you sense that vacuum in your own heart? Would you like to know Jesus Christ personally as your living Savior? As bold as it may sound, you can! Jesus is so eager to establish a personal, loving relationship with you that He has already made all the necessary arrangements.